Travel Blogs from Oaxaca
... is quite small compared to my chilaquiles (steak with fried tortillas and cheese). After dinner we take a nice walk to the zocalo. It has come to life tonight. People are out and about. There is a clown busker that has the crowds going with some comedy in espaņol. The meriachi bands have surrounded the touristy restaurants around the plaza. Families and mates are enjoying the cool night and the festivities in the plaza.
We are going to try and get up early to head ...
... was just a regular night a few bands, and people making out everywhere. But no calenda.
After the kids were in bed we heard a brass band not very far away, and fireworks. There have been fireworks every night so far, and music but this was closer. I went out to see if it was indeed the calenda, and after I went out I could no longer hear the band. I weaved my my way towards the Zocalo but still did not see anything, ...
... get from one end of a huge airport to the other, and go through yet another security check.)
But we were in luck. We had arranged for wheelchair service for Elly (her hip and back problems require it), and the very enterprising Interjet wheelchair attendant said he thought we could make in onto the next flight (in just over an hour, at that point), if there was room on it. It turned out that there was, so we gave it a shot. He whizzed ...
... watch. I had seen battleship before so that made it easier to understand. I slept on and off and took in the scenery as I wasn't that interested in the movies. We arrived in Oaxaca at around 6-6:30pm. Johan and I found a map and discussed where our hostels were. In opposite directions so we took seperate taxis. Turns out I could have walked as my hostel Cielo Rojo wasn't very far. But as I wasn't sure I thought it better to take a taxi. I was greeted by ...
... up ready to play and it was being televised. We stood and watched for a while and they were really good, it was only a young band, some only children others were young adults, I think at one stage we got on tv, which is probably the 4th time we've been on Mexican television because every time we went to Lucha Libre we got filmed by a camera man while yelling and abusing wrestlers. After we left the band, we headed up towards the bank and a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool