- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... ride away. It is on top off a big hill overlooking Oaxaca and has the ruins several pyramids where an ancient community lived.
On top of one of the Pyramids you can see a now grassed area called the Plaza approximately 200 X 100 metres. There were a number of pyramids and ceremonial sites around the perimeter and the community lived on the other side of these structures.
The site is about 1900 metres above sea level and combined with a bit of heat ...
Well, we have survived our first week of language school ! My brain thoroughly hurts and I feel that I have regressed in my Spanish speaking skills! Not quite the truth -I had no skills to begin with. What Donny and I are learning is the unlearning of poor Spanish is twice as hard as learning the language with a clean slate. For this reason, we are grateful that our children have brains like sponges and are absorbing ...
... their window to indicate the number of people they can squeeze into the car. We held our breath and found it to be a pretty efficient transport method. Each ride cost 10 pesos (bargain!!). However on the way back they just dropped as off in what appeared to be the red light district of Oaxaca. Quote of the trip so far: Emily to Justin - 'don't make me smile' - she was angry with him. All in all Oaxaca was a great experience and we could have easily spent more time ...
Well, it's safe to say this trip is going to be interesting, considering how my very first day went. After hugging my mom tightly while she cried in my arms, I boarded my flight from Montreal to Mexico City. Luckily, I had my own screen with games and a movie selection of my choice! It was awesome. Of course, the food was delicious as well. All went well until the last two hours of the flight. At that point, a baby decided to throw up all over ...
... kings”, who deliver presents to children who leave their shoes out on January 6. Leah learned about this tradition during a school fundraising meeting on January 4; this was lucky for Micah and Zola, who received a couple of presents (marbles and a Star Wars light saber) in their shoes just like their Mexican classmates. We got to partake in another, related part of the “kings” tradition on the 6th – ...