Posada el Jardin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... alebrijes", copal wood carved figures. All hand carved and hand painted. They were very impressive, but surprisingly expensive. The process was very interesting, they used a very special tree that had to be perfectly green in the middle, soft enough to carve. Some of the painting designs were so precise that instead of using paint brushes, they had to use needles. The gallery of finished products available for sale seemed endless. They must have put 100,000 hours into all of the ...
... is very hard to tell because of the langugage barrier. Oaxaca itself is a very beautiful city. Ahem, small town. The center is starkly different from the rest of the city, both in style, cleanliness and people. Oaxaca was once the capital of a spanish colony and such has colonial architecture en masse. The centre has two beautiful stone cathedrals, many shops and plazas. I cannot wait to explore it a little more. However, once on ...
... we took the kids to a nearby park. Leah and I sat on a bench and watched them play. At one point, Leah said, “Kids, five more minutes.” I turned to her and said, ”Where do we need to be?” She thought about it and responded, “Nowhere, I guess. Okay kids, keep playing.” I drove the car to a car wash I had spied during the race (Micah and Zola love using the word "spy"). The owner told me it would be done in ...
... my bum, and then one of the guys told me to just jump off on him like in Dirty Dancing. If only I were so graceful. I couldn’t even keep my footing to launch from anything, so I ended up sliding into him, and I’m pretty sure I kicked him in the stomach. Those poor guys put up with a lot, but I don't know what I would have done if they hadn't been there for me.
After a few hours of taking things one baby step at a time, we finally made ...
... El Tule, Teotitlan, Mitlan, and Hierve del Agua. This was a very long day but we saw and learned a lot. El Tule is supposedly the largest tree by diameter in the world (over 11 meters). Teititlan is a Zapotec village specializing in some of the finest woven rugs in Mexico. All the wool is hand dyed with natural dyes and woven on a manual loom. We saw how the colors were achieved - pretty amazing that a white bug from a cactus when ...