Holiday Inn Express Centro Historico Oaxaca
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After a truly appalling night at this awful place, resulting in about 2 hours sleep, I decided that there was no way in hell that I'd spend another night here. So at around 5pm I started to investigate other places on the city. WIFIi very strong so that's one positive! I finally found what looked to be a really cool and reasonable place, so booked, roused the only out of his pit, told him I was checking out, listen to him moan a lot but finally was done and hopped in a ...
... was very informative.
This holy city of the ancient Zapotecs is located 400 metres above the Oaxaca valley. ...
... con chorizo, champinones, chile morronm, cabalettas asades y ...
... and painted wooden bookmarks, toys, and cooking spoons; comales (clay plates for cooking tortillas); Christmas tree ornaments; etc. My strategy was to stare at my food and not look up; Elly (the more polite one of us) tended to say "Muy lindo, pero no, gracias."
Another part of the experience is that one gets to meet one's neighbors -- one can hardly avoid it, as seats are so tightly packed together. On one occasion we met a couple who had ...
... around in my rucksack for my socks and trainers. I also resorted to
buying a fleecy blanket to use on the bus as it gets pretty chilly overnight.
Once again all went according to plan and this time the bus arrived in Oaxaca
on time at 6am. However, I decided that was a little early to turn up at the
hostel to meet Rachel, so I used the time to book my ticket back to Mexico City
from Puerto Escondido. I had already decided that I had done ...