Fiesta Inn Oaxaca
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca
... When I got to the meeting place at the 9:05 am meeting time everyone was already there. There was Eric, a middle aged former teacher from Denver that works with refugees, the Haynes family from the Hampton Bays in Long Island (father Jon, mother Sandra, and fifteen year old brother and sister Jesse and Chloe) and the one and only Rogelio Ballesteros, maestro and director of Amigos del Sol. We are definitely ...
... the water here is not potable for our tender gringo stomachs. Theresa brings us big 5-gallon jugs of purified water. And we are careful to wash and disinfect our fresh food purchases. The zocolo, the center city plaza, is about a 20-minute walk from home. We've decided that is a good distance from all the action. It is more a neighborhood, less packed with with people. And goodness knows we need the walking what with all the eating we've been ...
... of our time here but it was really expensive and it was nice to have a space to get away from it all. In the end if the kids spent a year down here I bet they would basically be fluent. Not perfect but getting around and communicating better than my slow old mind trying to conjugate verbs. Their minds do not really need to conjugate they just hear, learn and go with it. Amazing.
Anyway if you made it this far, we send our love and hope to see you ...
... practicing his Spanish daily as he is doing all the communication as we travel.
Oaxaca is known for its Moles which are very rich sauces they add to many meat dishes. We tried a couple of different ones, the chocolate one was way too rich for me but is very popular here. The most unusual things that we ate in Oaxaca were their chapulines (grasshoppers). They taste very salty and are available everywhere. They are one ...
... view; I have a thing for vast landscapes and large mountains. As you all know, I've been sick for the last three days (and I still am), so I had to be careful walking around. By careful I mean that if I wanted to ****, it would be like playing Russian Roulette with a fully loaded gun...no thanks. Being the smart guy I am, I had brought all of the necessary pills with me, so it wasn't that bad. The next location was the artisan village of San Antonio Arrazola where they ...