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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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This morning breakfast is at Casa Oaxaca (my hotel) and I'm still a little late. Breakfast is not my friend. But we get fruit, breakfast burritos with stringy cheese and mushrooms and juice and it's probably the most authentic breakfast we have had yet! After breakfast there is a quick site inspection for those staying at the other hacienda and …
Breakfast again at the Four Seasons - before we depart for the 2 hour drive to the UNESCO listed city of Puebla. Its a very smooth highway so the journey is easy. Along the way we view 2 active volcano's - Ictacihuatl (sleeping white lady) and Popocatepeptl. White steam blows out of one of them and they are shrouded in puffy white clouds. It is …
... to head to Puerto Escondido on the Oaxacan coast.
An evening treat involved a Labor Day parade down my street and right past Sol y Luna, where I was eating my last Oaxacan dinner. This is a big holiday here and fun celebration. It is always on May 1, so, not always on a Friday, making a long holiday weekend!
Tomorrow, I have another 10 - 12 hour bus trip to the coast! Ugh!! At last the 1st class, Mexican buses are nice and. Lean, and inexpensive!!
... only three weeks here, but it was cheaper to rent for a month. So here we are. After booking our apartment and really knowing nothing about Oaxaca, I did begin to wonder whether it was such a good idea. What if there wasn't enough to keep us busy the whole time. A whole month with only Larry to talk to? Well fortunately for me (and him) this is a fabulous place, rife with pre-hispanic archeological sites, colonial architecture, and ...
... more like quince (15) or viente (20). Its nice walk through the little village but its raining so not as enjoyable.
We get to the entrance and pay 25 pesos each and walk a bit further down. The sights of the pools will wow you. They are turquoise green and clear. The one on top has a tree planted close to it and the one below looks like an infinity pool. The cliff drop is at the end of the pool but nothing to worry since there is a natural rock wall to stop you ...