Posada Don Mario

Address: Cosijopi 219, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | Lodge
 
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          The right stuff - how a tour should be

          A travel blog entry by valetroy on Nov 11, 2015

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          Neither of us slept well due to Jon's stinking cold (and he felt ill as well as tired), but today was now or never to visit Monte Alban as we leave for the coast tomorrow. It turned out that several people on the bus were doing a half day tour. We didn't know such a thing was possible; the way Mexican tours go, there are visits to 2 or 3 captive …

          Chores

          A travel blog entry by valetroy on Nov 09, 2015

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          Booked trips on Tuesday and Wednesday; dropped off the laundry; Jon went to Telcel (about a mile awat) to sort out his phone; I went to check out the van services to Puerto Angel for Thursday (about a mile away in the opposite direction).

          The first place confused me, the second place was cheaper and I couldn't find the 3rd place at all. …

          Ancient ruins and even older natural wonders

          A travel blog entry by valetroy on Nov 10, 2015

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          We were due to go to Monte Alban today to see the premier pre Columbian ruin in the area, but the tour company changed our outings round and we're going there tomorrow.
          Today we started at Santa Maria del Tule, which is an enormous tree in a churchyard and these are its vital statistics - it's more than 2000 years old; 58 metres circumference; …

          Not exactly loving it

          A travel blog entry by valetroy on Nov 08, 2015

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          Slept surprisingly well - despite my misgivings about street noise - until 4.45 when a loud bunch of young people staggered past. Being Sunday morning I asumed they were not on their way to work.
          After breakfast I interrogated the receptionist for the whereabouts of a) a laundry; b) an ATM; c) the departure point of the city bus tour and off …

          Oaxaca - pronounced Wahaka

          A travel blog entry by valetroy on Nov 07, 2015

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          So here we are in Oaxaca, nearly 5 hours on a very luxurious bus from Puebla across a mountain range, which our Mexican road map doesn't name. We're definitely nearer sea level now; it's not necessary to wear trousers and a hoodie at night.
          Whereas Puebla and Mexico City were flat as pancakes, Oaxaca is in a smaller valley and extends up the …