Casa Catrina

Address: Garcia Vigil 703, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Garcia Vigil 703, Oaxaca.
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      Oaxaca

      A travel blog entry by michadventure on Sep 02, 2014

      12 photos

      ... other jobs which are more complicated and then elevated to become part of council. This is part of the traditional Indian law system and their commitment to their town. They are also taught to honour the elderly kissing the older persons hand - the little girl demonstrates this with us all. We offer our hand palm down and she slips her hand into ours and kisses us. Fascinating custom.
      We then have lunch which is a chicken soup made for a recipe 6000 years old. Not ...

      Back to Normal?

      A travel blog entry by dlareau on Jan 08, 2014

      18 photos

      ... started to call me Clark and the various vacation movies came to mind. Still had amazing Mole, which if you are good we will bring you some home!
      The next day after more holiday Road movie scenes we went to Hierve al Agua a crazy spring that has been falling over the same cliff for a long time. It is like a mineralized infinity pool in the middle of a cactus forest. Check out the pictures, the water was cold so we only got in it for a ...

      Food tour of the market

      A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Nov 26, 2013

      54 photos

      ... peoples and cultures. The most numerous and best known are the Zapotecs and the Mixtecs, but there are sixteen that are officially recognized. These cultures have survived better than most others in Mexico due to the ...

      Festival Orígenes

      A travel blog entry by marconelli on Nov 17, 2013

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... faithful correspondents were in attendance. At 250 pesos (about $19) per person, this was quite a blowout meal by local standards, but pretty cheap considering it was an all-you-can-eat-or-drink affair. To prepare for the scheduled 2 pm banquet, we skipped breakfast that morning. (Elly, here: for those of you not familiar with Marc's strict breakfast habits, this was nothing short of a miracle.) We wanted to be sure to arrive with ...

      Oaxaca - Monte Albon and lunch in a village house

      A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra on Sep 12, 2013

      10 photos

      ... I had a go at making a tortilla and let me tell you it's not as easy as they make out. My disasters were later fed to the dogs. They use a press and then cook them ona clay dish which is heated over a hot fire. We had some which were cooked with lard and cheese, some others of courgette flowers with a stringy cheese, finely sliced meat was grilled over hot coals along with chorizo, guacamole which was avacodo, salt and water mashed and then had chilli, onion, coriander, ...