Hotel La Casona De Tita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... So there is a closeness that comes from the shear volume of bodies too.
Our time here has really been special as a family. Though difficult at times living in such tight quarters, I feel we are much closer. Finally heard about tonight how the kids have had a couple of big spats where someone hit someone else. They dealt with it themselves and until a spat tonight we never heard about it. They are missing their friends, but they are missing ...
... the pyramids behind we walked to the neighboring village of St. Martin where we met three beautiful families. We sampled our 1st taste of pulque which is the milky, alcoholic juice from the agave (sometimes called cactus or maguey). It tasted a little like cider. We were shown the many practical uses of the cactus including a needle and thread to paper and a hunting tool. We sampled many jams, liquors and salsa's made from ...
... on the tour. I had the same guide as last time, Balam, and he did a fantastic job once again. We visited Monte Alban, Arrazola, Coyotepec, and Cuilapam. First up was Monte Alban. Unfortunately, the trip started kind of grimly for me. On the way to Monte Alban, I saw two dogs ripping apart another dog. I hope none of you ever have to see that...it was very gruesome; I won't go into detail. To be honest, I saw more stray dogs today than I have throughout the entire two weeks. There ...
... and a gift from Australia, it was only a little koala with a boomerang but she seemed to love it, she had a big smile when I gave it to her and she said she knows about the koala bears. We were at the bus station with plenty of time to stock up on food and drinks for the trip, there was a subway so we got a sandwich to take with us. We were on the bus and on our way to Puerto Escondido by 9.40am. Over the next 11 hours we listened to music, watched ...
... directly over their heads; I drank tequila with a Mexican friend who wouldn’t let me get away; and I people-watched. I’m sorry to report that, while cool, this particular castillo was underwhelming and I was very tired the next day. But, it makes for a good story.
Oaxaca boasts a triple A beisbol (baseball) team known as the Guerreros (Warriors). Our family took in a game one Friday evening. The stadium ...