Azul Cielo Hostel

Address: Arteaga, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68120, Mexico | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Arteaga, Oaxaca.
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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

Pico de Gallo Cooking

A travel blog entry by z00dles on Jan 26, 2014

1 comment, 23 photos

... who acts has his sous chef during the preparations. Not only clean, but beautifully decorated with colourful tiles and the latest equipment. Despite the gadgets, it was the mortar and pestle, the most basic of tools, to grind the myriad of ingredients that we were preparing in somewhat the traditional manner. The menu we were preparing today consisted of a "Molé Coloradito" with pork, a dish that contains up to 30 ...

Cooking class: Chiles Rellenos

A travel blog entry by marconelli on Nov 23, 2013

3 comments, 24 photos

... NOT the chile pasilla we find in the US. In fact it is found only in the state of Oaxaca and in some specialty shops in Mexico City.

  • Chiles rellenos are a huge pain in the ass to make and were I able to buy them pre-made as one is able to do here in the local markets, I would do so.

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    Parades, BK, guitars, and hambourgesas.

    A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick on Sep 16, 2013

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... I must have played for an hour and a half, when Brody reminded me that we were going to a buffet for dinner! I had already spent about four times my daily budget so I wasn't too game, until he told me it was 35 pesos. Tremendous. We arrived at the buffet to find it closing :(. I decided to take them to a restaurant that Chris had told me about with middle eastern and Oaxacan food. First, I got us lost, and it took me awhile to figure out the ...


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Feb 06, 2013

    5 photos

    ... has the largest suitcase for the short junket to Playa del Carmen.

    On the animal front, some dogs have been seen but no cats whatsoever. The crops have switched to the likes of cabbages and other low to the ground staples. Horses were being used to plow the fields. The Translator was chuckling at various turns of phrases in the 'chic flic'.

    Some sheep were spotted as the soil started to look harsher. Off the highway at 1135 for a short ...


    A travel blog entry by srbruner on Oct 17, 2012

    7 comments, 37 photos

    ... appreciated having a car to explore the area as our curiosity has dictated. So, I drove our car to Abastos, not sure of where I would park, but without a worry. On that day, I was by myself. I had the flexibility that comes with going solo and with a four hour window of opportunity while the kids were in school. Upon reaching Abastos, I got the lay of the land by circling the market in the car, which took about fifteen minutes in ...