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... find it whrn you get there! This theory work except for fiesta time in mexico. Luckily the hostel and its staff were amazing and even found us extra mattrasses for the third night.
Day of the dead is celebrated the 31st of October and the 1st of November and is where the Mexicans hobour their dead. In their houses they build alters with candles, photos, flowers, chocolate, bread, alcohol and the favourite food of the dead and then in the cemetery ...
... or vice versa had to pass through Oaxaca, and therefore Monte Alban. The site was pretty impressive and because its on top of a mountain kind of resembles Machu Picchu, though less complex and expansive. Like a lot of historical sites here in Mexico, only about 25% of Monte Alban has actually been excavated. Funding seems to be the biggest issue why there aren't more excavations going on. You can sometimes just pick up ...
... in the day to eat all the food i would like. So far I have managed to snack on chapulines (fried grasshopper), tacos de cabeza (cow head tacos) and the region's famous hot chocolate.
I am not sure what my plans are from here. I feel a bit rushed on this trip and wish that I had one more week. Making it down to Guatemala in time to see all my friends has my time in Mexico a bit limited. The only problem I find when traveling alone is two do many of the ...
... a good couple of
hours on the internet, we were still unable to find a hostel to crash for the
night. We were however hungry so went for some food before realising that
finding a hostel with space might be a lost cause, so we treated ourselves to a
hotel fot the night. After food we jumped in a taxi and ended up a little way
outside of town in a strange hotel reminiscent of the hotel that pitt and jolie
met in Mr and Mrs Smith. After a lengthy and ...