Hotel La Casona De Tita
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... woman as they pay off their loan and request another loan to grow their business. En Bia brings the tour groups to meet women who are ready to receive the next loan. The tour group meets with each woman and hears about her business and how the loans have helped her to grow her business and the impact on her life and the lives of her family. That was the best part of the day-meeting the woman and learning about their goals and dreams.
Later in the week, I ...
... how to brightly color those sculptures - called Alejibres.
Cuilapam de Guerrero
Cuilapan de Guerrero is a town and municipality located in the central valley region of Oaxaca in southern Mexico. It is 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) to the south of the capital city of Oaxaca on the ...
... food of Oaxaca - grasshoppers. I don't know if I am game enough to try it...
After lunch we return to the hostel for an afternoon siesta and tried to plan our next couple of days. We venture out in the afternoon for some specialty chocolate oaxaqueño - hot chocolate and meet two nice old american ladies. We are seated on the roof terrace and have great views of the mountains and city, then the rains decide to come and spoil the fun. The drizzle turned into ...
... but again I was kind of sat there with no language (other than Masha taking the **** out of me for being an Englishman) which just gets more frustrating than anything else. When I finish all the other things I want to do, I may get round to learning it properly one day… just as I finish touring every Central and South American country!
And that was pretty much it for Oaxaca. The next morning I planned on going to some villages in the mountains, but figured I’d seen ...
... do the tours of places like this are missing out on the underbelly that is where the real mexico shines. We saw the ruins at mitla, tried mescal in mescal, waded in the pools at el hierve agua a rock formation caused by natural springs to look like a frozen waterfall, like someone snapped a picture in time and it has remained that way ever since. I bartered and negotiated in markets local and tourist and ate sugar cane from the stalk, chomped on worms, mexican bbqs and all ...