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... just relaxing around Oaxaca. That night we found a gorgeous strip of funky bars and cool restaurants but unfortunately my lunch was causing me all sorts of tummy troubles (so much for trying to be healthy, turns out as I'd suspected salads are not a safe option in Mexico) so I sadly wasn't in a hugely excited space for food and drink. I was so disappointed as it all looked fantastic, but I slapped a smile on my face and tried to get on with it. After dinner ...
... with marigolds, candles and offerings. Mariachi music playing in every direction and families gathered around their loved ones grave telling stories, crying, laughing, drinking... The atmosphere was so electric. We ventured out of the cemetery to one of the nearby foods stalls where we were welcomed by locals who helped us order what we wanted and insisted on sharing their mezcal with us. We left with some mixed emotions but some unforgettable ...
... it. So we made it back to the entrance just in time to catch our ride back to Mitla. It seemed a lot quicker on the way home. We got back to the hostel and Paul & I decided to get something to eat. I was craving a hamburger. So managed to find one off a street cart. Burger, ham,cheese, onion, tomato,, chilli, lettuce, mustard, mayo & catchup. AMAZING! Then Paul and I went to the local market to try a chocolate soup dish. It was weird... But yummy as all ...
... 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 ...
... is made up of 8 districts, each district provides at least one dance group along with music, costumes, free gifts and enough energy to light the city for 8 days and nights (mission accomplished). Today was the final day of Guelaguetza and it went out with a bang, bang, bang!!! After each district presented their dance/poem/history/interpretation they then proceeded to excite the crowd by ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking