Hostal del Mercado

Address: Calle Aldama 307, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | Hostel
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        Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

        Delicious Oaxaca

        A travel blog entry by justin_and_emac on Oct 26, 2013

        1 comment, 50 photos

        ... all our meals were consumed in this food market. We tried the local traditional Mole negro with chicken and rice which was incredible but eating at the market was not only about the food but also the experience. There was a section of the food market which was just this long awkward corridor with a lot of activity. As you enter you are harassed by people holding large baskets with a few pieces of veg on it. Once you pass this hurdle you are pointed down to the meat section ...

        Worms for breakfast, beer for dinner

        A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick on Sep 13, 2013

        1 comment, 10 photos

        ... It was a fantastic first full day in Oaxaca. It's good to know I've got excellent neighbours to socialize with. :) Michael and I have planned to make a trip to Monte Alban tomorrow, and then I am going to meet up with some friends I have in town (Pamela & Tania), who are taking me to a Mexican house party ;). BY THE WAY, today was overcast and I STILL managed to get a pretty bad sunburn :( (ginger life) Buenos Noches mi ...

        Milestones for Micah and Zola

        A travel blog entry by srbruner on Feb 20, 2013

        4 comments, 18 photos

        ... and that we have this good food, and that Grandpa’s coming, and that I had a good day at school, and that we got to go swimming today, and that …” You get the idea. Micah might follow with, “I’m thankful that Zola’s going to be five soon, and that I lost my first tooth, and that I got to feed Pepe the pig today, and that I got to eat Guyaba after school.”

        Birthdays are a big deal at Micah ...

        The Holiday Season

        A travel blog entry by srbruner on Jan 13, 2013

        4 comments, 57 photos

        ... Rosca de Reyes sweet bread and Oaxacan hot chocolate with friends. Only, it’s not that simple. Baked inside the large donut shaped sweet breads are a couple of small “baby Jesus” figures. If a person finds a baby Jesus in their piece of sweetbread, they are obliged to bake tamales for everyone on February 2. A friend of ours was just explaining all of this to Leah and me when Micah pulled a figure out of his bread and ...

        My first 7K(-ish) in Mexico

        A travel blog entry by srbruner on Sep 30, 2012

        6 comments, 15 photos

        ... and began trying to figure out how to sign up. The race didn’t have any web presence, much less online registration, so I asked Leah to call to find out details. A week later, I drove twenty minutes to the prep school that was hosting the race. My limited Spanish got me by the guard and into the inner sphere of the school, where I stumbled through the registration process. I plunked down my US$7.50 registration fee and provided my ...