Hotel Jardines del Centro
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Oaxaca... I don't want to leave !! I could live here!...wait..have I said that before? I think I might have to abandon my opportunity to gain American citizenship and move to Mexico! I love the people, the culture, the food and the way of life here. The people are so friendly and they want to help you have the best time you can in their country/ …
I left Tepoztlan a couple of days ago. The gal I was oogling on the plane nicely offered to share a taxi with me from the airport, and although my spanish is improving from the lessons, it was appreciated that she helped arrange a bus all the way in to San Christobal.
We arranged to have dinner with her friends and I caught a taxi to my hotel, …
... surrounded by hills. It is quite small, so you should be able to walk anywhere within the city without strain. The city's center maintains its Spanish colonial layout and much of its architecture, with red tile roofs, cobblestone streets and wrought iron balconies often with flowers. It was a quick stop for us but we had a whole day of ...
... bedrag was dus eigenlijk pure winst voor deze
heren. Niemand klaagt en we stappen in ons nieuwe voertuig.
Eindelijk rijden we weer, deze keer richting Mexicaanse grens.
Onze derde chauffeur tot
nog toe probeert 200 pesos te wisselen tegen 120 Quetzales. De
wisselkoers is beter dan die aan de grens zal zijn, dus stel ik voor
om 400 Quetzales te wisselen tegen 680 pesos. Maar dat gaat niet.
Hij wil enkel die 200 pesos kwijt. Ik kan hem niet helpen, gezien ...
... so we changed into some warmer clothes and wrapped ourselves up in blankets whilst we read our Lonely Planet book. We only ventured out again in the evening to grab some food at a lovely, albeit expensive, French restaurant round the corner. We had decided to avoid Mexican food that night, as we were both concerned by the lack of vegetables we were eating. The Mexican diet consists mostly of meat, cheese and wraps, which wasn't doing either of our stomachs any ...