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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca
... the way that hundreds of years ago had been trained to be a fence, or to be used as a drying rack for corn. But the lichen, bromeliads, and air plants as well as hanging cactus were what blew us away!
Check out the pictures becasue it was amazing, and we made it back to the Zocalo just in time to see the Broncos beat San Diego to boot. It was a great weekend and really help us to see the diversity of landscape that the state of Oaxaca has to offer, truly amazing! ...
... did. Unfortunately, the lower-power pump is of a different size and different design, so it took the plumber, the assistant plumber, and the assistant architect about 13 hours to install it.
But the good new is that, albeit with the same crazed twitching of lights, we now have a jury-rigged system which for the past 20 hours has provided a good supply of water to the house, although not in the kitchen. Marc, ...
... out of it but apparently no).
The next day was a bit of a write-off. We were up early and took a stroll around. Within about 10 minutes we were lost. After asking a local where the zocalo (main square) was he told us we didn't want to go there but should go to the markets instead and directed us there. Eh...cheers?
Once we got back on familiar ground we enjoyed a hangover numbing ice pop and then headed back to the hostel where I promptly took to my bed.
... Oaxaca where I knew Rachel was spending
a few days. I had a letter from uni here that was meant to give 50% discount on
bus travel, but the first time I tried to use it they wanted the original.
However, it did get me free entry into all the archaeological sites and for my
final long distance bus journey, so I can’t complain. I left Vallodolid early
in the morning, having purchased a couple of ready peeled oranges for just 2
... of Sociology and Anthropology where we pointed to Leah’s photo and bio. They agreed to accept a copy of Leah’s Curriculum Vitae instead of her PhD diploma (the framed copy of which is being stored in our garage in Bozeman).
Now, the immigration office is open M-F from 9am – 1pm. We left the office at 11:30am on Thursday and felt our 30-day window closing on us, so Leah and I decided that we needed to tackle a number of things then ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking