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Our tranfer to the airport was organised for 4am for a 7am flight, what a killer! We got ready, checked out and arrived at the airport at 4:30am. None of the check-in desks were open though so we were sitting down on the floor (Cancun airport has no chairs at the front haha) for another hour. We finally checked in, found some really yuck airport …
Priests arrived late at night in Oaxaca, Mexico's richest state in terms of history, culture, archeology and ecology. But I didn’t give two figs to that at the moment as we had been squeezed into a two standard double-bedded room with four pillows and hardly enough room to swing a cat. Ian and I have a little rule that says to 'go with the …
I was not feeling too well this morning – possibly an overdose of exceptionally hot foods since arriving in Mexico which starts at breakfast with chili in my frijoles! So I will leave it to Fynn to tell you about today:
"We drove to Mitla [a Zapotec City] and that took one hour to get there. We got there and we the Priests House …
This morning we went to Monte alban archaeological site which is situated on a mountain above Oaxaca valley. This is the greatest of the Zapotec cities and a tribute to engineering ability as the mountain was actually leveled for the creation of the ceremonial site. This place was a jaw-dropping sight. I am not sure whether it was the actual site, …
We checked out of our hotel and said farewell to a delightful time in San Cristobal. As our flight was not until 5pm we had some time to continue exploring the region and we started off with a stop for a boat ride at Sumidero Canyon. This canyon was created by the Rio Grijalva which after a few nights of intense rains was swollen so much that the …
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility