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... than happy to swim along the boat but didn't want to swim with us ;) At the end we saw a lot of sea turtles and even got to hold one and it was pretty heavy. The trip was beautiful and we spent more than 3 hours on the sea.
For good food and drink head to:
1) "El Cafecito" - good for breakfast
2) "Cinema Café Choc" - charming coffee place
3) "Las Margaritas" - local seafood
4) freshly squizzed juices at the Juarez market for only 25 ...
... sleep as the bus was searched for drugs three times. They were pretty thorough as police repeatedly drilled into side compartments of the bus to search every inch (not great at 3am).
Oaxaca is another beautiful colonial town surrounded by mountains. The city itself is a World Heritage site. There are some of the earliest Mesoamerican archeological ruins overlooking the city at Mount Alban (from c.500BC) which were impressive and very well preserved. Famed for ...
... us out on his boat looking for dolphins and turtles, while fishing for marlin, only thing was we had to be up by 6.40am to meet him out the front, but it sounded like a good time so we signed up. After we got bored of the pool we headed to the beach across the road, we bought a towel to sit on because the sand was ridiculously hot, you had to walk fast or it would burn your feet. We sat on our towel and drank beers from the convenience store but they quickly became warm in the ...
... his truck and 15 minuets later I was playing soccer with all the locals. I may have stuck out like a sore thumb (England) was a goalie and I was the only other white boy and the ONLY one over 6 feet tall. It was a great time and It was good to get a run in. That night hit the sheets early. Up early, ready to see if my parts came in. At 11 the parts were in.... well some of them I got a chain and a rear sprocket but ...
... to the local zōcolo to experience the fiesta there as we had heard that celebrations like those in Mexico City would be taking place in every town and village across the country! It was such a fabulous atmosphere, with traditional dancing, fairground rides and of course plenty of food stalls scattered about the place.
It was after we returned that my weekend took a bit of a turn for the worse as my handbag was stolen. It was my own stupid fault for not putting back ...