Hostal Las Cupulas
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... and since discovered and in some parts reconstructed.
It is incredibly well presented, and set the bar very high for other ruins. Our guide was knowledgeable and we enjoyed learning about the civilization that lived there, but it was very tiring hearing him switch constantly between English and Spanish (we were the only none Spanish speakers), sometimes even mid sentence so your brain had to play catch up of when to tune in and when to tune ...
On February 6, 2015, we did an one-day trip to the following sides:
The beautiful Monte Albán, an UNESCO World Heritage List, is a large pre-Columbian archaeological site in the Santa Cruz Xoxocotlán Municipality in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca It is also one of ...
... some Squirt (like Sprite) and I had some chicken (pollo) with chips that were crinkly. Dads comments - Cobbled streets. Warm rain. Hillside suburbs like Dunedin. Colourful pastel Spanish houses. Compact town centre. Sun hotter than Queenstown summer sun. Cheap Mezcal derived from agave plant quenches the thirst. Real blog by Mum - The flight from Mexico City was not as bad as the Ninos seem to think it was! It was interesting arriving later at night ...
... holiday and feel compelled to buy them? Couples wearing matching straw hats are the worst culprits… Seriously sort it out! It’s not that I don’t think I would suit a straw hat – quite the opposite, but WHY?! They generally look stupid, aren’t comfortable, get easily squashed in a backpack (impractical) and don’t always have the sweat band meaning you just get an itchy forehead. Yet everyone that seems to go on a holiday loves that itchy forehead ...
In Mexico, Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a big deal -- perhaps the most important holiday of the year. It corresponds roughly, but only roughly, with our Halloween, in the sense that its theme is death and ghosts and its symbol is the skeleton. But it is not just a kids' holiday here, but one that is of great importance for all of the family.
Beyond this, Day of the Dead is more prominent in Oaxaca than anywhere else in Mexico. Actually, 'Day (singular) of ...