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... 20 pesos. I gave him $50 pesos to which he gave me no change. Not happy. The drive cost $40 pesos and the driver informed us he would be heading back to Mitla at 3pm. It was now 1pm. We decided to quickly grab something to eat. I had a beef fajita. Then we headed down to the falls. It was hot the sun was pelting down. There were heaps of people swim,ing including 2 chihuahua's. We decided after speaking to an English lady and her son that I had met yesterday at ...
... bus ($50MXN each) from town and the admission was $57MXN each. We tried to get an english guide, but she wanted to charge us $350MXN and we had been told by locals that you should pay no more than $150-200MXN. So to be savvy, we went and bought a tour book on the ruins (a steal at $87MXN) and did it ourselves! We took about 2 1/2 hours to get through all the main bits and had time for a look at the museum at the end. It was a great day, despite all ...
... br> Oaxaca city was a whirl of people and activity sheathed in car exhaust. We found plenty to do just walking around the andadores and visiting the museums and street markets. We saw three traditional Oaxacan weddings. These consist of all of the guests parading down the street alongside large puppets dressed as the bride and groom.
We visited two museums in Oaxaca, the Museum of Oaxacan Culture and the Rufino Tamayo Museum of Pre-Hispanic Art. The ...
... on his wrist for three weeks. After making an appointment for three weeks later, and paying roughly US$27 for the doctor’s visit and US$7 for the wrist brace, we went on our way, less than 45 minutes after we had arrived. Under the circumstances, it had been a pleasant experience.
One more story. This doesn’t fit into the theme of the blog, but it’s too good for me to pass up. Micah and Zola have ...
**Before beginning my planned entry, I want to let you all know that we have been unaffected by the earthquakes you may have heard about last weekend. In fact, we heard sirens going off around 7:30am, didn't know what they were for, and ignored them. Now we know. We didn’t feel a thing even though the quake happened about 100 miles away toward the Oaxacan coast. We’ve been told that our location on this mountainside means that ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility