Camino Real Pedregal
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... jungle. We swam in the river and Alex decided to also let his phone have a dip - which spelt the end of that! After agreeing we had seen enough Mayan ruins for a lifetime we turned our attention towards food. First we stopped in the colourful town of San Cristobel de Las Casis to recharge our batteries. This was a pretty pit stop where we could get some chores done. But we were particularly keen to get to Oaxaca (pronounced Wahaka like the popular Mexican restaurant chain in ...
... a typical Def Leppard load out. It was slow, smooth, and well thought out. There was no rush to get out of KISS's way, nor anyone in our way on the dock. We had plenty of time to do it safely and correctly. What is nice, is that we were still done way earlier than we had been with KISS. Going from a co headlining tour to single headliner was a dramatic difference. One show to go, than I am closing this chapter of my life. God it was a fun one though.
... control of the TV in the lounge so manage to see The Blacklist and an episode of Friends while Hinesh works on his photos in the room.
Mexico play Camaroon tomorrow and we plan on heading out to the zocalo again to experience the atmosphere.
Day 6: we meet an American traveller and chat to her over breakfast. She's here on a project to develop some off the beaten track tours. We tell her about Sierre Norte in Oaxaca and the community project there. She is a nice ...
... remains much as it was in the days of Maximilian – elaborate dining room, library, bathrooms. Nicest of all were the gardens upstairs, which were open with views to the city beyond.
From the Castillo, we continued to walk through the park to the Museo Tomayo, which was very nice. The building is modern, with a large open central space. Our favorite exhibit came from Paris in the 1960s: a series of playful ...
... br style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); line-height: normal; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.66px;">I had to wait just 20 minutes before my three star Hotel El Salvador room was ready at 8 am but I was really pleased with that as I had expected a delay till the afternoon before I ...