Casa Divina Oaxaca
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... a little late so a site inspection at Quinta Real is in the dark and the rain but it's a magnificent property which used to be a convent in the 16th century. It was passed to the government in the 1800's and then became a jail. The grand history of this hotel means the grounds are stunning and while it's a little dated this is the biggest hotel in Oaxaca.
They give a nod to its past with a room made up as if in the 16th century with original ...
... that is not really a waterfall at all. Formed over thousands of years by spring water rich in minerals, the rock formations are above a vast valley and overlooked by an area with a smaller pools and bubbling water. Some people swam in the pools, but they were a little chilly for me, so after snapping photos I then settled down on a ledge overlooking the valley, for half an hour or so. As I looked at the various hills disappearing into the distance I ...
... br> - finally seeing how the local chocolate was made.
Close to sunset a bridal couple were having their photos taken outside Sta Domingo Church.
... was a pair of big green eyes, and if you've read or seen Great Gatsby, it would instantly remind you of the big blue eyes on the billboard. After breakfast I returned to the roof terrace of my hostel to relax. I was greeted by a Caucasian man I had already seen a few times. Michael from Michigan. A 60 year old retiree who was very friendly and had been in Oaxaca for almost two years. He rents out his house in Michigan and has ...
... for a penny, in for a pound) of Monte Alban. Another impressive site with great views down over the city and incredibly vantage points of the site itself.
We went back to town and explored the numerous markets and city sights - taking in some famous hot chocolate, that wasn't the nicest wed ever tasted
Over all a nice city but I wasn't over excited by it ...