Posada Del Parque
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... is approximately 40 kilometers from the city of Oaxaca and was a very important Zapotec city and religious center. Famous for its pre-Columbian Mesoamerican buildings. Inside Tomb 1 there is the famous "Column of Life" that you can embrace to find out how many years you have left to live. Spanish is helpful here as the ruins officials can explain how to use the column correctly.
... one of the two servers spoke very good English. (You would think learning menu terms in Spanish would have been a priority for me, but I still didn't have them down.) Dan had some really good dorado fish cooked in butter and garlic, and my shrimp was great, even if it still was in the shell. I'm sure no seafood in Spokane has ever been this fresh. We headed back to Villa Sol y Mar very satisfied with our day and our vacation, and got our suitcases packed again.
... some quiet time and plenty of beach time. We then were taken to a restaurant where you could sample some salsa, and other Mexican dishes. Rich and I passed on them. But, we both had our first Corona Extra. I managed to down the beer as it was cold.
This was a nice area to stop, but unless you went to the beach for the day, there was not much else to do.
We ate lunch for the ...
... Where I tried chicken rice & mole. Shannon didn't have anything to eat as she was doing a detox and only drinking juice. Crazy. Shannon and I strolled around the zocola. It was all lit up with lights for Independence Day next week. There were people all in the square selling balloons, there was a clown performing which drew a big crowd. Shannon and I returned to the hostel where I met Lucy from Brisbane, 22 year old who has been traveling all ...
... to a beach, we would have a problem. So that is what we are doing. But which beach are we going to? Don't know. We are just going to pack our bag for the day and go for a very long walk until we find the beach/bay that we want to stop at. Okay we have walked the opposite direction to Santa Cruz (south) today and ended up at a resort called Camino Real. We received a tip from our friend, Deb that this resort allows you to show up and stay there for the day for FREE!! Yes ...