Hotel Posada del Centro
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Nice, clean and big rooms. Very nice and helpful staff. Was very pleasant stay.
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... from protests. Instead, we decided to go get breakfast at a mescal factory. It was delicious, and nice to get to chat with the driver and tour guide personally. You don't normally get to do those sort of things. They were very interested in my trip and we discussed the cultural differences between our countries. It was a lot of fun! The driver couldn't wrap his head around the idea of a gap year. We returned to Oaxaca City a few ...
... Oaxaca where I knew Rachel was spending
a few days. I had a letter from uni here that was meant to give 50% discount on
bus travel, but the first time I tried to use it they wanted the original.
However, it did get me free entry into all the archaeological sites and for my
final long distance bus journey, so I can’t complain. I left Vallodolid early
in the morning, having purchased a couple of ready peeled oranges for just 2
... was out of town. With a lot of help from the local CIESAS folks, we got it done.
With everything on our list checked off, Leah and I returned to the immigration office … and left with another list of things to do. Fortunately for us, we were able to convince the immigration officials that their request for a copy of Leah’s PhD diploma from Boston College was a tall order. We took them to the MSU webpage and followed the links to ...
... narrowly lost the vote. In fact, the election itself was quite contested, as many of his supporters believed that he had, in fact, won the election.
While my political views do not align with Lopez Obrador, or his political party, I still thought it would be a great opportunity to hear a presidential candidate speak. The elections are coming up quickly (July 1st), and so there is a very strong political atmosphere in Oaxaca at this time. All of the ...
... warmer it would have been awesome to swim in it.
Oaxaca is a beautiful city, with plenty of churches, great bars and cafes, there's also a beautiful square where you can sit and people watch. The market is an experience not to be missed and am spewing I have no photos to show you as my camera was stolen (get to that later), you can buy chocolate flavoured grasshoppers mmmmm-yummers...It's also THE place to celebrate the Day of ...