Hotel Casa Vertiz
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... aims to show the flora of all of the regions within Mexico however managing the climate required for each region is proving to be a challenge. Did you know that the frangipani tree is native to Mexico and is known as la flor de mayo (mayflower). And that English and Americans tourists (excl those from Hawaii one would think) have never seen a ...
... Chinese food and movie marathons.
We arrived here last night after a five-hour bus ride through the mountains. Once again, the hotel we're staying at is quite nice -- it has a swimming pool and a rooftop bar, and we were greeted with welcome tequila sunrises. Can't argue with that!
For dinner last night we went to a mostly vegetarian restaurant with a five-page long menu of delicious salads, sandwiches and veggie options. ...
... a massive quesadilla stuffed with meat, cheese, avocado, peppers, beans, and plenty of great spices. Just as I was ready to hunt down this dinner, the city's pastels turned to watercolors, as the sky turned into charcoal. Fine...I got an umbrella. My palette was ready for some tlajudia, and a little rain wasn't gonna stop me.
The little rain turned into a full on thunderstorm, and I made myself comfortable in the restaurant until it ...
... but the dangers posed by a crumbling infrastructure. In particular, the sidewalks of Oaxaca can be a menace. The accompanying photos will illustrate this condition pretty well, I think.
The sidewalks are interesting in other ways, as well. Their shapes and sizes vary enormously. They can be broad (even ...
... power cables. The distance between the cables opened up and I just barely passed through, dodging an end to my dream (you always wake up when you die in a dream). I made it to the ledge of a building, and pulled myself up. I stood there for a minute, realizing I was struggling to fly. I looked in the distance and saw a huge open valley. I crouched down and pushed up fast, flying into the air. I was soaring above a big open freeway similar to Highway 66, but no desert. ...