Hotel La Provincia
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... tortas or tacos. There is a real sense of community feeling here which is nice.
We grab another oaxaqueño chocolate from the same friendly cafe and our amigo lets us go up to the mirador and we get a bird's eye view of the city. The views of the mountains surrounding the city is nice.
I want pizza for dinner but we struggle to find a place that does cheap and cheerful pizza (and we don't want to dial Dominos). We end up at Tito's for some mexican food. ...
Last night we had heard that there was going to be a parade called a calenda, through town and to the church of the Soliedad, the patron saint of Oaxaca. This is the biggest of three Calendas (really just parades). Talking with the old ladies who live in the apartments next to us they convinced me that it was not happening until Wednesday. We went to the Zocalo to see if anything was going on because we did not want to miss ...
... flight to Mexico City. Interjet, in case you don't know, is a terrific airline. They have recently reconfigured their planes by removing lots of rows of seats to provide more leg room. Our Airbus A320, for example, had 46 rows removed. The result was that we had more leg room than I've ever had before in a tourist cabin -- positively first class. (Seriously, my knees were over a foot shy of the back of the row ahead of me.) The leather seats were ...
... Shannon and I headed out to the market & had Tlayudas. Massive fried tortillas with salad & meat. Another Aussie sat beside us at the market. Turned out he was staying at our hostel. Paul from Melbourne who is an environmental scientist. Working on water conservation. Back at the hostel I decided to get an early night as I was still not feeling to flash. I organized with Dave to head to Hierve de Agua tomorrow. The others decided to go out to see a ...
... better after having some food. The next stop was a little town where they hand weave tapestries. The nice young Mexican weever did a demonstration on how they buy the wool, clean it, twist it, color it and the weave it all by hand. It was pretty amazing, the finished products all hung up on the wall are awesome and to see them make it all by hand, I have a lot of respect for people that craft things from their hands. All the designs they think of while ...