Oaxaca is a blur!

By the time we made it to this quaint town, Tag, Elle and I were done. Done unloading and loading the car. Done staying in hotels and filling multiple water bottles with ice and water every day. Done walking new cities and exploring quaint alleys and markets. Done. Done. Done. So needless to say, Oaxaca was a quick trip. We stayed one night in a non-Marriott, spent one evening along the main strip of town and left early in the morning. Dinner consisted of mediocre pizza slices bought along the strip (I was done with sit down restaurants as well.) There was one highlight – Our last Starbucks. We hit this early in the morning on our way out of town. I miss Starbucks. 

 A delicious, fancy hot chocolate. Elle and I fought over it!

A delicious, fancy hot chocolate. Elle and I fought over it!

 Elle won. She's as good as me at finding delicious chocolate. This is one of many days she got away without brushing her hair!

Elle won. She's as good as me at finding delicious chocolate. This is one of many days she got away without brushing her hair!

 We woke early. Elle learned to get comfy in the car when she needed to. 

We woke early. Elle learned to get comfy in the car when she needed to. 

Despite being a bit traveled-out, I did like Oaxaca and I would like to return someday. There is much to see and do there.

We're headed to the border...