Hotel La Provincia
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Day started with hotel breakfast Tom vowed to stop having cappuccino's as it was $38mx outrageous less than £2
Left Juchitan and followed the 190 again ruta 2010 long straight road this morning along the coastal plain and swap land although a lot was being reclaimed for agriculture although we could not see the sea. The whole plain was a …
... Teotitlan with my friends, Bliss and Kay. I met a few other En Via loan recipients. They were very excited when they head that I had come with En Via. It's obvious that this organization has a huge impact on these small communities and these hard working women!
On my last day in Oaxaca, I took a tour to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Monte Alban. It turns out, this is a reconstructed Zapotec ruin. While the site was quite impressive, the tour was not! I bought ...
... Gao, Carolina and I set out on the path down to the falls. Right at the top, there are two swimming holes where you can go for a dip. The swimming holes are located such that, if you stand in the right spot, it actually looks like you're going to go right over the edge of the "falls". The original infinity swimming pools. I actually did bring my swimsuit and a swim looked tempting, but it being Christmas Day, the swimming area was extremely crowded with ...
... 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. ...
... on the temples now, but are walls that are still about 3 feet tall and in decent condition, however most temples are not open to the public. Outside of the temples, there were several other sites such as an arena for playing that sometimes settled disputes such as land battles, gardens that were used to grow food and medicines, altars for praying and meditation as well as residences for living. There were quite a few carvings ...