Hotel La Casona De Tita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... compulsory fee for a guide that we turn down - we would rather explore places on our own than to be herded around. As we walk the streets we notice a lot of street art or graffiti. Its an interesting mix to the modern colonial town that Oaxaca is.
Next stop was Santo Domingo church. Quite a big church and impressive on the outside but more impressive on the inside. A lot of details in the statues and there is gold as far as the eye can see. I light a candle for my ma ...
... from everywhere else, and the village would just probably have a market like every other village. A few people have said it was worth visiting, but after Masha left for work, I had my backpack and everything else back with me so couldn’t be bothered lugging it around all day.
Have one guess where I went instead?!
Did a bit more TEFL stuff, bought some chocolate nabbed a fried Pollo, then got the rather interesting and eventful ride down to the Oaxaca ...
When we arrived in Mexico City (DF), we expected to spend the night at an airport hotel. For although there was a flight leaving for Oaxaca about 90 minutes after our arrival in DF, that was far short of the minimum of 3 hours that airlines require for a change from International to Domestic in DF. (We had to pick up our luggage, go through immigration and customs, clear Rosie through SENASICA, the Mexican animal ...
... an orphan born in Oaxaca, a local indigenous who was taken on to work as a stable boy for a local rich family. He couldn't speak Spanish, but a local priest saw something in him & pushed him to study. He was 11 when he started to learn and by his 20's he was at university. He then went on to become Mexico's first & only Indigenous president to this date. Very interesting. Once back at the hostel I just chilled out with all the other ...
... better after having some food. The next stop was a little town where they hand weave tapestries. The nice young Mexican weever did a demonstration on how they buy the wool, clean it, twist it, color it and the weave it all by hand. It was pretty amazing, the finished products all hung up on the wall are awesome and to see them make it all by hand, I have a lot of respect for people that craft things from their hands. All the designs they think of while ...