- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... promptly at 8 am. Sonia's husband is away in New York, so she is here with her elderly mother and 6 small rescue dogs. Also staying at the house are Francine, a retired teacher from Canada, who is here taking Spanish classes; Kay, a retired expat from the U.S. with her little dog, Gaby, who now lives in Oaxaca, and her friend, Bliss, also a retired expat from the U.S., living full time in Oaxaca. (They are visit San Cristobal because Oaxaca is too hot right now! Great ...
... for the freezing cold temperaturas we did not prepare for & the nausea many of us felt due to the altitude. After rising at 4:30am on Monday morning to make our 2 hour bus journey back down from Benito Jurez to Oaxaca to continue on our jorney south. The early morning was forgiven by most as we watched the sun rise of the mountains surrounding Oaxaca City. For those that may be worrying, the whole team are feeling much ...
... had more confidence riding through the difficult terrain that the horses went through. I absolutely loved it and can't wait to do it again. When we got back we had a look at a pretty church with the view of the city and went out for a beautiful lunch and dinner after checking out the markets. 2nd June, Tuesday Us girls went our for a social coffee and then took the taxi to the bus stop for a 10:20am bus trip to ...
... an alperes. These charges are just for men, although their wives have important roles in their husbands' charges. There are twelve martomoetik, twelve alperesetik and six moletik, who are chosen by the inhabitants of Zinacantan every year. Each one has a different feast assigned to him during ...
... in Huatulco didn’t seem too perturbed when we told them about it at a pit stop some 30 minutes down. They had just come from Tuxtla Gutierrez and San Cristobal, where we were heading, and kind of dreading, the climb. No problems, they said.
And they were right. A new, big road shot us up the mountains onto a high plateau where we cruised to Tuxtla, and then another road shot us around the city and up some more to ...