Hotel La Provincia
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... worse). So we began ducking and darting to the nearest awning trying to make our way back while trying to stay as dry as possible. After a few waves of water hitting us near chest level (thank you local taxis) and me stepping on what I thought was solid ground until I sunk into water about mid calf level the quest to stay dry was over and it was now just about getting back to the hostel. We did make it back to the ...
... on another huge hike. Luckily it was all down hill from here for the most part. The forest and its plants, integrated agriculture, and amazing vistas were just what the doctor order after weeks of concrete, sirens, fireworks, barking dogs and pollution. The kids whined a bit about our nearly 9-10 mile hikes each day but with a bit of name that tune, and twenty questions we arrived in Latuvi a bigger town perched overlooking the valleys below. This time we had ...
... were lucky because we only had to wait in line to see the creations for about a half an hour later in the day I heard of people waiting for over three hours. You could see them from behind but the elevated pathway they created along side the works made it worth it though a three hour wait would never have happened with the kids! They had a category of tradition radishes which were scenes of things traditional such as the nativity scene (which they ...
One of the things we love most to do in Oaxaca is to venture down to a market in the south end of the Centro Historico for lunch at one of the numerous comedores (lunch stands) there. The market's rather strange-sounding (to us) name celebrates the day in 1910 when the revolution against Porfirio Diaz began.
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... kept saying it was in a dangerous neighbourhood. We laughed in the face of this danger, full of dutch (mezcal) courage, only realising after we got there that "bad neighbourhood" means strip clubs in Oaxaca. We had the thirsht on us and weren't to be dissuaded so in we strolled. To be honest the strip club is a tad hazy but we stayed there until it was necessary to leave (a patron kept asking Enrique how much Nicola cost - I thought she could have at least gotten us some ...