Hostal de la Noria
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... along to the music. The zocalo is also very festive. There is a stage set up with more clowns entertaining the crowds as well as musicians. The rains don't even deter the crowds today. Everyone is still out and about.
We eat a light dinner and head back to the hostel to chill out.
Day 4: we are picked up at the hostel by our tour guide Eric from Tierraventura at 8.20am. We pick up a lovely Aussie couple from Melbourne - Drew and Ingrid and we head out ...
One of the most striking differences between Mexico and the U.S. is the children. Here, they don't just look different, but they behave differently with other kids as well as adults, an aspect especially notable in their interaction with their parents, at least in public. (Caveat: our observations are obviously very superficial and ignore the fact that forced child labor as well as all forms of child abuse are rampant throughout Mexico. Further, ...
... some good roads up to the mountains which were covered in fog. This made it cold as the road climbed to 2,600m but after a few miles the cloud was left behind and it made for good riding.
There were two bad crashes on the way, one went straight through the concrete barrier and the other about 40 meters into a field !!
Some of the scenery, again, was stunning but was difficult in ...
... the hundreds, if not thousands(?) of people who were visiting the small cemetery that day.
Inside the cemetery, we were met with even more beautiful displays of flowers than we’d seen in Xoxo. Some people were decorating grave plots, others had brought in folding chairs and were just spending time there. A vigil was taking place in one corner. Quietly, holding hands two-by-two, we wandered through the cemetery, soaking it all in.
... it's called, but I honestly have no idea what they call it so I'm gonna stick with little spatula). And they didn't have wine, either! Nikky accompanied me to mass and said only during certain occasions does her Catholic church in Australia offer wine. That surprised me since there's always wine at any of the churches I go to in Michigan. I guess we just like our booze. Ha. Afterwards, Nikky, Helena and I visited a community called Chimula outside of San ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal de la Noria Oaxaca
We loved our time here, good rooms, great food, extremely helpful staff, close to Zocalo Plaza can't think of any minus sides.
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