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... nos une Chela, igual una amiga que conocí en monterrey, aunque ella solo irá con nosotros a amsterdam, berlin y praga. Qué mejor que hacer este viaje con tan grandes amigas, con ellas la diversión está garantizada, no tengo duda.
Ya tenemos casi todo listo. Ya compramos todos los vuelos, trenes, camiones y demás transportación dentro de europa. Nos falta checar hospedaje en amsterdam (los hostales están carísimos ...
I took it easy today.
Roberto dropped me off at the bus station. I didn't pre-book, there were more than enough seats. In fact I had a seat near the front. Roberto continued to impress me with his trivia. He said that when he was in Ecuador, he saw that filling up the tank of a passenger bus cost only 7 cents!
The ride was smooth. It's 4 hours on time. Bus passed by majestic mountain ranges. At one point, the landscape looked ...
... looms are all original and built by the artisan and a carpenter, no 2 are alike either.
We were given an ending tour of a "lake" in Teotitlan, went back to Manuel's home and picked up his children for orchrastra lessons in Oaxaca. We gave them a ride, so they didn't have to take the bus.
Must say that we want learn more about this amazing place. Such wonderous and beautiful people.
We are blessed.
... playing acoustic guitar who was excellent.
Just found out that a continental breakfast is included in the room tariff so had coffee, toast and juice before heading out for a walk. Another beautiful day in Oaxaca – clear blue skies, warm with a light breeze.
The Mexicans are a very religious people so not surprisingly there are churches everywhere and I decided to spend my last day visiting the major ones. I started at the Basilica Menor de ...
... planned on it taking more then 200 years to build and once that much time had passed there wasn't enough food left to feed everyone - so they packed up their things and moved on, leaving this spectacular city abandoned.
The next few days we're spent perusing the markets, eating food and drinking way too much Mezcal (the Oaxacan version on Tequila). Then one fellow traveller - Jake, had to pack his belongings and head back to the USA to begin his long ...