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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca
... kids. Young children are regularly seen trotting along side their working mothers or fathers. Older children actually choose to be around their parents and younger siblings and neighbors. Several years ago, Elly and her bosom buddy Toni were being given a "tour" of a rural village by some children of the family they were staying with, and those kids positively begged the parents to let the littlest toddler go with them.
(Later, Toni ...
... i met a group of people that i spent the next few days with. With Adam (American), Tom (Aussie), and Noam (Israeli) we headed to Isla Mujeres which was GORGEOUS!! I really wanted to swim with the whale sharks but due to the stupid rain i was unable to do it :( - but they say every cloud and all that......I was able to release baby turtles into the sea!! Was the best moment of my travels so far! They were so small and so cute.
After a few days ...
... the 'waterfall'. Once our time had passed there we set off for the ruins at Mitla, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mitla is the second most important and second most visited archaeological site in the state of Oaxaca, while it was the main religious ...
... gutters. Finally, a brick floor was laid on top of a bed of sand.
At the beginning of February, the primary school students moved into their new classroom. I was really impressed. The new classroom simply feels like a great place for learning; open air, and with views of the mountains and the burro-filled field abutting the school yard. Shortly after the classroom went into use, all of the parents received an email ...
... was fun. Once most of the work was done we got to have some beers up on the roof terrace which was well deserved. We finished the class by eating all that we had made. We even ate the grasshopper quesadilla's (crunchy yum!) We finished by tasting mezcal which is a traditional Mexican drink kind of like tequila. After the class we chilled out in the hostel, doing some research for the States. We were full and lazy that night so just watched a DVD! Monday ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility