Hotel Mision Colonial
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... the know anything or even that they go to work every day! Now, the government is trying to make some changes to this system and are requiring that teachers take a test. The teachers are protesting, especially in Qaxaca. They are camping out on the Zocolo and frequently set up road blocks on the roads in and out of Oaxaca City. Because of this bought or inherited system of getting teacher jobs, individuals who are qualified to teach, can not find jobs!
San Cristobal is ...
Nice sleep in this morning till 8:30. Dylan was feeling much better today so we decided to join the group at 9:30 for breakfast. We walked up to the mall and picked a place to eat. I chose the scrambled eggs with ham breakfast and Dylan had steak and eggs. It came with juice or fruit salad and tea or coffee. Most of the rest of the group had pancakes and they looked great, so I ordered some of these too!! Here we split up to do our own thing. San Cristobal de las Casas ...
... the bus winds up the hills towards San Cristobal. This long and windy road makes the bus ride quite bumpy and for the first time on this trip my travel sickness is triggered off and I am very sick on the bus. Hinesh is amazing the way he looked after me. Being my constant comfort and enduring my heavy head on his shoulder as I try to sleep off the nauseating feeling. I am so lucky to have him.
We make a quick stop some where and I leave the bus for a couple of minutes to ...
... church: fireworks, kameró (which is a sort of “bomb” or explosive that they use at certain moments of the feast in order to emphasize its importance), etc. The moletik are the elders who are in charge of teaching the younger chargers how to organize the feast. Three days before of ...
... his visitor status, we checked out stores, listened to some lovely guitar, ate some French pastries, and drank some hot chocolate.
San Cristobal is a beautiful city, sort of Mexican-international hippy chic with strains of lefty politics and a big indigenous presence – my analysis after roaming a few blocks. It will be great to end the trip here for a day.
Despite missing all of my family on what might ...