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... that I had met in San Cristobal, Bliss and Kay, and their friend, from Franklin, NC, Sherry. It was fun going back to Teotitlan de Valle and having time tonpike around a bit more as well as buying from a couple more En Via women. We ended our time together by eating at a massive Mexican buffet. It was a bit pricey for the amount that I eat, but an interesting experience and the food was really good! I said goodbye to my new friends, but we will stay in touch! As ...
... he had a full truck it would have only been 80 pesos for the . We bite the bullet and just agree the price.
The ride up is not as windy as what we read in the travel guides. Its actually quite beautiful, the landscapes are stunning. Despite the light rain, it doesn't take away from the beauty of the land in front of you.
Luis our driver decides to drop us off at a sign near Hierve el Agua and tells us that the walk to the entrance is diez (10) minutos. Ummm ...
... was just a regular night a few bands, and people making out everywhere. But no calenda.
After the kids were in bed we heard a brass band not very far away, and fireworks. There have been fireworks every night so far, and music but this was closer. I went out to see if it was indeed the calenda, and after I went out I could no longer hear the band. I weaved my my way towards the Zocalo but still did not see anything, ...
... the airport, got us to the front of all the lines we would otherwise have had to wait in, and got us to the Oaxaca flight with minutes to spare. And they had saved seats 1A and 1B for us!
So we arrived in Oaxaca at about 6:30 pm instead of 7:30 am the next day. A borrowed cell phone call helped us to alert our house's "concierge" of our updated arrival time, and we were met at the house and given the keys.
The house is beautiful, as ...
... at our hotel nearly got our tour, as we were walking out to the foyer this older couple were getting on our bus, they felt pretty stupid when we turned up with the paperwork saying we had pre paid the tour, although by the end of the day I wouldn't have minded if they took our place. First we went to the headquarters of the tour company while they arranged all the vans and people. There were quiet a few people on this tour so we were divided into 3 ...