Hotel Parador Santo Domingo de Guzman
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
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... tree which could sound like a boring visit but was actually quite impressive. Mitla itself is a semi-excavated site, with small buildings dominating. The architecture is again very different to the other sites and features styles referred to as 'greco' as they closely resemble patterns found in ancient Greek buildings. Did two ancient cultures thousands of kms apart have a connection or was this ...
After our decision to continue through Mexico by bus we went on a 6 hour bus ride to Oaxaca which is 450 kms south of Mexico City and the province capital. Again our hostel was very beautiful and had a nice open courtyard with hammocks, plants and a little pond with some turtles. As usual we first explored the city and Oaxaca is a nice colonial style town with beautiful streets and good food. As it was ...
... little valley where he had beat back the forest to make places for his hair sheep to graze. he had a couple of greenhouse where he was growing tomatoes, onions, chard, cilantro and few other odds and ends.
The kids were quickly adopted by his grandchild of three years named Dulce (sweet in Spanish). AS we toured around the hilled farm he showed us his brothers farm across the valley were he had aquaculture of trout set up, and his other brothers on ...
... chief dish washer, is put out by this, but we have come to the end of the modifications that will be done. (Our architect neighbor, Daniel, who is theoretically in charge of getting any problems resolved, is not the hammer we had hoped he would be: his house doesn't even have a kitchen ... he eats out .... so he only cares about showers, sinks, and toilets; the dribble from our kitchen faucet is OUR problem.)
... longingly at them for the 6 hour journey. Upon arrival at the bus station in Oaxaca (Wahaca) what was blaring out of the speakers only "Left a Good Job in the City". We concluded that this was an omen and promptly dropped our rucksacks for a quick boogie. This lasted until we realised a guy from our hostel in Mexico City was staring at us through the window as if we were on day release from an institution. Onwards to our hostel!
We dumped our bags on our beds and ...