Posada Del Virrey
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... many dry land varieties — human-size cacti, fat-leafed agaves.
It may sound ordered and academic but a stroll through the garden is anything but dull. It’s a landscape of unexpected shapes and colors, thorny branches, and velvety petals. Bulbous ponytail palms lead to a cycad section where golden football-size cones bulge from the centers of plants. While late spring is the most colorful time, there are flowers year-round: ...
Possibly I have got to the point where I have visited too many ruins and am getting harder and harder to impress but to be honest I find the most enjoyable part of the trip is just chatting with Catherine about our travel plans, experiences and the everyday thoughts of 30 year old women who have left their homes, friends, family and jobs to travel the world for an indeterminate period of time...it's always nice to find a kindred spirit!
... It was pretty late by the time we arrived but we'd made it in one piece & luckily with no signs of motion sickness. Yay!!!! After settling into our not so impressive hostel, we strolled into town and found the main zocolo square. Oaxaca was seriously quaint, with cobbled stone streets and gorgeous old colonial buildings everywhere. This was definitely my kind of place!!! We sat and enjoyed some late dinner, taking it all in. Mariachi bands strolled ...
... with 2 different fillings: cheese and minced chicken.
Now, we had been to a cooking class down here on a previous trip -- a foodie would have to be crazy to come to Oaxaca and not take advantage of this opportunity -- but that was in a more formal setting, in the well-known commercial cooking school Seasons ...
... a shock on the way up. We started slowly back up following a new track which in fact may not have been a track at all. It was not long before I could feel my heart beating in my chest and hear my every breath in ring in my ears. It was hard work. It was hot but the hardest bit was I felt so breathless. The boys were making good progress, Paul had long legs so bigger steps and Dave had just come back from a 3 day hike in the mountains so he was acclimatized. Me on ...