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... was closed up - Three knocks on a huge wooden door to gain access to our hotel. The hotel doors open directly onto the footpath but once inside the foyer opens up into a large courtyard. The hotel used to be a Convent. There are several levels with open balconies and the walls are very thick stone covered in plaster. The doors and windows have shutters to keep the rooms cool. Our hotel is very close to the Zocalo so not as much walking required ...
... br> Kinda got ripped off with the bus ride up there, but this was consoled by getting some amazing and cheap tacos in chocolate mole sauce – proper boss! Spent a couple of hours up there, as usual pretty much bypassing the whole museum – skim reading everything that was on the wall, but not actually taking anything in. Having just left Mexico City, I found out it had more museums than anywhere else in the world… I think I went to two! That probably just about doubles ...
... they had been holding us back all day. On the return trip to Oaxaca City, it was becoming clear that a storm was approaching. Sure enough, on the outskirts of Oaxaca, it began to pour. I mean POUR; torrential downpour. It must have been raining in Oaxaca the entire time we were gone because the streets were absolutely flooded! Deeper into the city it wasn't so bad, but it was crazy in some parts (check out the video). Here I am, still full, and ready for bed. Only four more days in ...