Hotel Suites Villasol
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Our flight left early the next day so we decided to spend our final night at a place just a short taxi ride away from the airport in Puerto Escondido. To get there we decided on a taxi for the whole trip.
The crazy thing was our driver apparently started work early that day and basically dozed off here and there on our drive down the mostly straight highway/carreterra. His eyes looked had that sleepy look and his lids were heavy. Elise said something to him which kind of woke ...
... the centro historico and tried to grasp our bearings from there. We found a pricey but great hostel right on the Zocalo, which included breakfast on a rooftop terrace overlooking the city. Having a few hours spare until check in we wondered around the zocalo and found free entry to the Palacio National. In the evening we headed out to find a Lucha Libre wrestling match, first having our own wrestling match on the Mexican Metro. The metro was insane. We waited ...
... then found the first fence to jump which then led to an off the beaten track trek to the house. 5 of us went but after 5 mins walking through the jungle and leading the crew I lost everyone but made it to the house and waited for the rest. After waiting at the top of the house for the others I realised they weren't coming and had a romantic sunset in an abandoned house for 1 #notwinning It's now Saturday arvo and I'm heading to the rodeo tonight ...
... leaving OSA mairposa as I really liked the crew there but oh well all part of life on the road. Meg n I caught the bus into the mountains to a little town called San Jose del pacifico, which is half way between Puerto and Oaxaca City, our next destination. San Jose is a neat little town, beautiful and small. When we arrived here I fell in love, but am now ready to leave, 12 hrs later. Haha ...
... We imported ourselves and Elephant in about 15 minutes with only the need to change about $30 into the local Quetzales with the handy (but expensive) money changer. On both sides the authorities had been a delight to deal with; helpful, friendly, cheerful. We decided it had been worth the effort to detour into the mountains.
The road from the border to our destination city of Huehuetenango (known henceforth as Huehue) is the CA-1, the legendary ...