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... about a kilometre above the ground, and saw an airplane way above me; I wanted to be at the same height. I was now flying with ease, and I went up and up towards the plane. I reached the same high, soaring above the clouds. Let me tell you, it was absolutely amazing. This dream was so vivid, and I was in full control. It was like nothing I've ever experienced. Imagine to do the impossible and fly? I made my way down to the ground, and got into a car (yes random, ...
... he was a little impressed with our Spanish. We also tried tamales for the first time, another famous Mexican dish that's boiled and served in a banana leaf, not sure what's in it but it has a corn starch dough around the outside and it's black in the middle. We both ate it all and it was pretty tasty too. When we went to leave it was pouring with rain so we stayed an hour and had a few more beers and listened to the band playing in the bar area. It was another top ...
... marathon 14 hour bus journey overnight to Mexico
City. However, it was also bringing me closer to the time when I would be
returning to England to enjoy Christmas with family and friends. I have had an incredible
experience here in Mexico. I have just started to make a list of the best and
worse things about my experience but I will save that until I get home. So for
now enjoy the photos of my last couple of weeks here and I hope you have
enjoyed reading about ...
... hidden by the mass of beautiful flowers standing in vases on every available inch of the stone tombs. The atmosphere was fiesta like, music ( obviously favourite songs of the deceased) played by well dressed brass bands and families of mariachis. The next evening was the real deal. This time, with some friends of Layla's, we headed on a 25 minute drive out of town to San Augustine Etla. I had heard some stories of the amazing costumes and all night, almost hypnotic ...
... our local convenience store for some basic provisions, we walked back to our pad.
The afternoon was all about running errands – getting cell phones activated, buying more groceries, getting a feel for the area… Leah was less than amused to be the one we needed to navigate the cell phone process. Her Spanish is great, but her patience with technology isn’t. At the moment, there’s still work to do. She can call me on ...
Other places to stay in Oaxaca
Av. Hidalgo no. 405,Centro, Oaxaca | Hotelfrom $47
Independencia # 304, Oaxaca | Hotelfrom $70
Ninos Heroes 115, Oaxaca | Hotelfrom $90
Iturbide No 203-A, Oaxaca | Hotelfrom $57
Garcia Vigil 703, Oaxaca | 4 star hotelfrom $94