Hotel Bungalows Del Sol
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... pretty dark and muddy so didn't stay in there long and by this point we were ready to hit back home as was past 4. Fab view down to san cristobal, we could not get a collectivo, at this point Eric was totally stoned and tired so didn't want to help to get us home! We flagged down a taxi and hilariously fit all 6 of us in! 2 in front 4 in back. As music festival starting in town the taxi could not drop us off ...
... but they were definitely stronger. Also had a shot with lee Dan and Israeli girls of tequila but lime dipped in sugar and coffee. Went out to revolution bar, danced a bit of salsa, live band then music playing. Bought me lee and Dan shot of tequila, bloody expensive! Pretty drunk, local guy said always wanted to snog a European so I hid and quickly snogged him. Then slomidt, Dan, lee and I left to go home but stumbled across another ...
... into the mountains of Oaxaca and keen to keep moving booked a flight to Colorado........ where our journey continues.
So my far away friends, I would like to share with you some things we have learned on our travels so far.......
1. Don't worry.... because things always seem to work out and may not be exactly as you expected them to be, but are great anyway.
2. This moment will pass......a terrifying mountain ...
... bundles of local crafts and clothing for sale begging you to buy them. I stared at the woman with complete respect and admiration. I couldn't help but think "how are your backs not destroyed?" But I suppose that's what survival brings out in man kind, a strength we rarely ever have to face back home. The village while in some ways is stuck in another time is is also well adapted and forward thinking in certain ways. Tradition being so important to these people makes it so ...
... on the road condition it is normally an 8 hour trip.
We were advised that these ADO buses air con could be very cold so several brought blankets. I had in my carry on bag 2 layers of merino, my silk sleeping bag inner plus socks if it got cold. To my surprise all I needed was my light jacket all throughout the trip. Next trip must remind myself leave out my headphones as the ones provided does not fit ...