Hotel Boutique De La Parra
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... And what better language to learn than Spanish the third most common language in the world and one that is rapidly being used more and more in the US. But we face attitude all the time, especially when they find out we are from the states. Very few white people here are from the states. So it has been an evolving part of our experience here. All in all though everyone here is been truly amazing and accepting of us and our journey with our kids. ...
... breeds. There was also one mischievous cat (who scoffed our bread rolls!). We checked out the room that would be ours but we took one look at the walls and the dusty mattress and bare floor. It certainly didn't look very appealing. Eventually a battered mitsibishi pick up, with a disabled man driving who goes by the name of Hugo (pronounced 'ugo') pulled up the driveway to meet us. He took us back to his house and invited us to stay the night. The rooms at his house were very ...
... given to us by our landlady/neighbor and was able to make a 10 a.m. appointment. We dropped Zola off at school (not the easiest drop-off we’ve ever had, as Zola was feeling pretty vulnerable herself), drove to the doctor’s office, and walked in the door at 9:45. We were greeted by friendly employees and sat down in a no-frills reception area. Less than two minutes later, we were ushered in to see the doctor. The ...
... of our driveway. Before Leah left for Manzanillo, we had taken a bus into downtown. Not knowing any better, we had gotten off at a dense, sprawling market. While very cool, it was a bit overwhelming. Not the quaint, historic, pedestrian-only part of Oaxaca that we were expecting. Leah headed to the airport wondering what we had gotten ourselves into. Well, the kids and I found that quaint, historic part, and explored it, over the next two ...