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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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As expected, my bus ride from San Cristobal to Oaxacca City took almost 12 hours, instead of 10. There were several long stops, I don't know if it was due to teacher roadblocks or something else. I only know they put on the lights and someone walked through the bus of, attempting to sleep, passengers and the underneath compartments were opened up for a long time. Even with my noise canceling headphones, a boring audio book and chemical sleep aid, I hardly slept!
... early 17th century and the extravagant monastery complex would later deteriorate in the 19th century. Today, the town is a quiet place with a fraction of its former population and prestige. The ruins of the monastery complex remain mostly as a national monument administered by the Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia.
We had lunch at the famous ...
... just arts and crafts busy local artesans. No smelly items in this one! On the way back to the hotel we stopped and bought some Chaupalines (deep fried grasshoppers). You can purchase them whole or shredded. We bought whole ones although I think the shredded ones were easier to eat and seemed to have more flavouring. Everyone tried them - not sure if they would become a permanent fixture on any of our menus though! Dinner tonight was on the top of one of ...
... annoying and heavy) backpack space.
It does make me feel slightly better when I see someone struggling much worse than myself. I have enough sense and words not to get taken for a mug, but on the other hand, I often find myself asking for things, which people are like yes, sure, but then don’t do anything like what you actually wanted! I’m pretty sure some of this is down to people just doing what they want and you have to fit into their plans because they’re ...
... were known to partake. Candy, soda, even junk food is brought for the angelitos.
Now it might occur to you to wonder what the living participants in these feasts think when the food they put out for los muertos does not disappear. Are their offerings being rejected? Is it all for nought? Not a bit of it! The dead are thought to consume "the essence of the meal" laid before them, leaving positive energy as they depart again. At this point the altar food is ...