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... on the night buses but I'm happy to report that we aren't part of that statistic yet.
7am rolls around and we arrive in Oaxaca to grey clouds - boo. We grab brekkie at subway and I get a decent cappuccino from the coffee shop at the bus station. We decide to catch a taxi from the bus station to our new home - Casa Angel and it is a short ride.
The hostel is nice enough to let us check in very early (8am) and we are thankful to be able to dump our bags and ...
... and rational reason and me just being an idiot, but I would actually like to see a waterfall that looked petrified. As it was, I set off early then found myself waiting for 3 hours until enough people turned up for us to all go over there.
Was pretty impressive – kind of similar to some of the thermal volcanic thingymabobs in Yellowstone, but this wouldn’t melt you so you could actually go swimming. The weather was overcast and the water FREEZING so I was ...
... of the 5 pm festivities due to a sudden long rainstorm. So we may have missed some very fun parts of Dia(s) de los Muertos, but we are very happily enjoying some downtime (much needed after the lead up to our departure and the trip here) ... and our faux margaritas (fresh squeezed lemon-lime, orange juice, oodles of ice and some lower octane tequila.) And Rosie gets her treats during drinks, even if every "bomb explosion" at the house next door has her running for cover.
... Anyways, back to the story. As much as I would love to help each and every one of the dogs, I really can't. Thankfully I only witnessed the one dog murder on the way to the mountain. When we got there, Balam showed us around the grounds and gave us a detailed history lesson. Sadly, a lot of the information was already familiar to me, as we had discussed Monte Alban when we were on the last tour. Yet, it was still very interesting. What made it more enjoyable to me was ...
... took way to long to organize, we didn't leave until nearly an hour later, and we had to get stuck in the van with 2 young boys who were hyperactive little ***** and their parents just let them do what they like, oh yes this day was going to be great. We tried to enjoy it as much as we could, the first destination was a famous Mexican tree that is 2000 years old and is in a small town just out of Oaxaca de Jerez, for our benefit we had an English speaking ...
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Ave. Venus 118, Oaxaca | 4 star hotelfrom $79
Calzado Madero 1254, Oaxaca | 2 star hotelfrom $46
20 de Noviembre 212, Oaxaca | 3 star hotelfrom $105
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Tinoco y Palacios 414, Oaxaca | Hotelfrom $66
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Tinoco y Palacios 411, Oaxaca | Hotelfrom $37
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