La Unidad Women Hostel
Travel Blogs from Oaxaca
... a massive white water waterfall but up close its actually this white rock that has water trickling over it. After a long drive around rocky windy roads we got to the site, I had planned to swim in the natural pools but it wasn't hot enough and I felt like ****, instead we walked around taking photos enjoying the scenery. One thing I will say is, if there was something like this in Australia it would be a lot safer setup, with fences and barriers around ...
... it really is quite delectable. Our final lunch was Pete's favourite ... a Mexican barbecue. We chose from fresh meat hanging from stalls; barbecued and served in a cane basket. This was complimented with tortillas and a selection of chillies and salads. We sat amongst other locals tearing bits of carne (meat) and chatting as we ate. I couldn't help but think how great it would be to replicate this at home. By ...
... shocked at how open and obvious it was. We eventually found the terminal.
It was then decided that we would walk to Mercado de Artesian, where there usually sell trinkets and clothes. I was looking for a dress for New Years in Rio and during this hunt I realised that Subash has poor fashion sense, either that or he lost it while travelling. After making fun of his style of fashion we went to find a place where they sell hot chocolate. We found one that ...
... are 23 million people living in Mexico City?) and some hair raising hours on high, narrow mountain roads. When they arrived in Oaxaca, I directed them to our house using Google Maps and a cell phone. Needless to say, Leah and Gary were very relieved to finally arrive at our pad. While they marveled at the beauty of Mexico and were appreciative of the bonding the trip allowed… they said we should probably consider selling the car in ...
... don’t get to enjoy the good stuff, which means that in my time here, I don’t get to enjoy it either. Instead, we drink Nescafé - instant coffee. As a total coffee snob, I think Nescafé is some of the most disgusting coffee that I have ever tasted – in fact, I don’t think it is worthy of the title. It’s so weak that I can drink it without adding sugar. While in Ecuador, I avoided this beverage altogether; however, I am ...
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