Hotel La Provincia
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... control at tonight's festivities. It was pretty amusing to see what happens at lunchtime where they all crowd around the lunch truck en masse, though. I also noticed a tradition of flying kites near the main squares and churches. Kids, adults, whatever -- they were all holding giant kites that must have some holiday significance.
Back to the hotel mid-afternoon. We considered catching a taxi up to Monte Alban, but we were all feeling a bit too lazy for more ...
Day 1 We left Puebla before lunch and drove to Dany's home town of Tehuacan. The main council offices was a lovely spanish designed building. While Brisbane City Council's building is new, this building has a charm that our one certainly doesn't have. We arrived in Oaxaca (wAh-huck-Ah) after crossing another mountain range and the scenery noticeably changed from one of green farmland to semi arid with the odd cactus making an appearance. Every town ...
... First you have to take a collective taxi to Mitla (1h, 25 MXN), then you have to change there to a camioneta that costs 40 MXN and needs also about one hour to get to the place. There are some inconveniences to both of those transportation options. The collective taxi is simply a normal taxi, but the fun (or not so fun if it's hot) part of it is the fact, that in one taxi go 6 people. In the front, next to the driver, sit two people, the next in ...
But it's the sidewalks like these, where roots have lifted up an entire panel of concrete, that pose the greatest danger.
Next is the topic of size. Some are of really quite ordinary width, such as the one below. (Although notice that it does get narrower farther down ...
... just happened; what I learned was extremely interesting. Having difficulties staying in flight indicates a lack of power in controlling your own circumstances. You may be struggling to stay aloft or stay on set course. Things like power lines, trees, or mountains may be obstacles that you encounter in flight. These obstacles symbolize something or someone who is standing in your way in your waking life. You need to identify what or who is trying to prevent you ...