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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca
... tips of places to go, things to see, foods to try all over Mexico which was amazing and we talked the WHOLE flight :) Landed in Mexico City and was expecting to have a transfer waiting for me - this never happened so got a taxi to accommodation. Another issue - they didn't have me booked in as i had arrived at the wrong place but was still part of the same chain so they booked me in anyway :) Had a luxurious double bed with en-suite. Woke up expecting ...
... the 'waterfall'. Once our time had passed there we set off for the ruins at Mitla, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mitla is the second most important and second most visited archaeological site in the state of Oaxaca, while it was the main religious ...
... in place. I talk to the person working the front desk for a hardware store and there was one still open, at 6:30pm and they had the size I needed. The power was back on and the bike was ready to go for tomorrow. I would like to come back to Oaxaca it seemed like a cool city and would like to spend some more time there, but I have to keep making my way south. Tomorrow over another mountain range to the beach! ...
I knew that Mexico was a large
country but until now I had not appreciated the distances involved in
travelling through Mexico….and I only went south!! The flight from Mexico City
to Cancun was two hours so I guess that should have given me a clue about how
long it would take to travel back!!
So after I left the sugar white
beaches and turquoise ocean of the Mayan Riveria I decided to make my way
through Yucatan into Chiapas and ...
... sitting in a sidewalk cafe on the Zocalo, and soaking up the atmosphere.
During our time in Oaxaca we stayed with the Canadian couple – Pat and Don who have been living in Mexico for 12 years. They are the great company and very welcoming hosts. Pat is a great cook and we enjoyed every dinner and every grande cerveza!
As Oaxaca is in old Colonial style town, we took a chance to walk through the whole town and ...