Hotel Casa Vertiz
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... after that went to a local restaurant called Casa De Mi Abuela (thank you for the recommendation Abraham). There we took in views of the Zocalo while trying crickets for the first time (Didn't taste half bad, but if someone tells you they taste like chicken they're lying to you). As we finished our meal it started to drizzle a bit and under my advice to get back before the rain gets worse we left (Yes you guessed right ...
... the ball around with and we got to see where they were drying the corn they had harvested and were to live off of for the next year. It was great to really see farmers who are self sustaining and for the kids to see truly how well we live. They did not go without but it was only because they worked their asses off.
After waking up to a warm cup of hot choclate to dip our sweet bread in, a new habit that our kids have readily adopted here in Oaxaca we ...
... tip or service charge was added.
Bags all packed and locked away in the hotel storage.
Then off at ...
... whatever hour it feels like, anyway.
Oh dear, the lights just turned off entirely for a few seconds. Maybe this saga isn't really over.
And now for the photos:
The sign says, in part, "Hey, thief: if we catch you, we're not gonna turn you in to the cops; we're gonna string you up."
Look carefully -- Elly's in this next one.
... kept saying it was in a dangerous neighbourhood. We laughed in the face of this danger, full of dutch (mezcal) courage, only realising after we got there that "bad neighbourhood" means strip clubs in Oaxaca. We had the thirsht on us and weren't to be dissuaded so in we strolled. To be honest the strip club is a tad hazy but we stayed there until it was necessary to leave (a patron kept asking Enrique how much Nicola cost - I thought she could have at least gotten us some ...