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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca
... views in the world, eating the biggest buffet lunch, then heading to the Mitla ruins, before stopping off at the Mezcal factory where we had many a shot of Mezcal in hundreds of different flavours. Safe to say i walked away with less money and a few cheeky bottles to enjoy on my travels. Which leads me right onto now.
Tomorrow I am getting the over night bus to Mexico City Airport before i fly to Peru ready for my next adventure.
... and straight away he was into the Spanish, asking questions in Spanish and if we didn't follow would say again in English. He was an extremely friendly fellow, with a big smile and was so encouraging and positive all our nerves quickly disappeared. We arrived at Amigos del Sol Spanish school after a short drive and he gave us a tour and introduced us to our teacher Celso. There was no one else at the school today, we fixed ourselves a drink and went upstairs to ...
... cultural” sight-seeing
and what I wanted was a couple of days of sun, sea and beach. My guide book had
suggested the best way to travel to Puerto Escondido from Oaxaca was via the
many mini buses that cut down through the mountains. This was likely to take
around 7 hours as opposed to the 12 hour marathon on the big buses that took a
longer route. So once all that was done I started to walk to the hostel and managed
to find a restaurant ...
... br> Manuel, who invtes us over to sit and eat and drink graveside with his
family! Itīs a really amazing opportunity and we sit and chat for a
while. Manuel asks us to visit his house the following day to celebrate
with his family in their home! Its a big honor and we say ...
... about how good it was for us to force ourselves out of our comfort zones. We agreed that we have it so good in Bozeman, how insulated from inconvenience we are in the States. Lights out at 11 p.m.
Rooster calls woke me up at 4 a.m. I went back to sleep on and off for the next three hours, when Micah came in to our bedroom. Zola slept for another hour and a half while Leah and I unpacked our own bags and started to get settled. The sleep ...