Hotel La Provincia
Travel Blogs from Oaxaca
... It never really let up, so I sloshed my way back to the hostel, joined the crowd watching a James Bond movie, and then crawled into bed for the night.
The next morning I wandered the sunshine streets, admiring the local artwork on display. When noon hit I went to do some mescal tasting...because you can't drink mescal in the morning. The mescal was delicious, and girl serving me told me that Lila Downs was in here 2 days ago. Lila ...
... my aid and helped get me to my feet. I survived with just a few scrapes and bruises, but learned an important lesson -- when walking in Oaxaca, look down!)
Let's start with some examples of broken sidewalks. Although these are ugly to look at, they aren't much of a menace -- one isn't so likely to trip over ...
... about a kilometre above the ground, and saw an airplane way above me; I wanted to be at the same height. I was now flying with ease, and I went up and up towards the plane. I reached the same high, soaring above the clouds. Let me tell you, it was absolutely amazing. This dream was so vivid, and I was in full control. It was like nothing I've ever experienced. Imagine to do the impossible and fly? I made my way down to the ground, and got into a car (yes random, ...
... portals on the second floor you can see the city down below, all of the people walking and enjoying, in their own way, this beautiful city. Continuing on through this massive building, in rooms that once housed the priests they were now replaced with items for the museum. Each room was beautifully adorned with display after display
of life as it existed way back when.
Back out on the street we ...
... night, which would take 14 hours.
Oaxaca's pretty touristy, but for a good reason. I had great food there as well as good nights out with a mix of backpackers and locals. Just a shame it ended the way it did. On to the next stop. . .
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