Hostel Don Nino

Address: pino suarez 804 centro, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | Hostel
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Don Nino Oaxaca

      Reviewed by dna_adventures

      Clean hostel

      Reviewed Dec 25, 2012
      by (9 reviews) , Ireland Flag of Ireland

      Nice stay

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by senderjung

      Best Shower ever!

      Reviewed Mar 10, 2012
      by (14 reviews) Rheinstetten , Germany Flag of Germany

      Very clean and nice Hostel in the City Center of Oaxaca with the best shower i had during my whole 7month trip throug southamerika and mexico. Very good place!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hostel Don Nino Oaxaca

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

      14,000 Miles to date !!!

      A travel blog entry by davey1212 on Aug 23, 2013

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... some good roads up to the mountains which were covered in fog. This made it cold as the road climbed to 2,600m but after a few miles the cloud was left behind and it made for good riding.

      There were two bad crashes on the way, one went straight through the concrete barrier and the other about 40 meters into a field !!

      Some of the scenery, again, was stunning but was difficult in ...

      Daily Life

      A travel blog entry by srbruner on Dec 06, 2012

      4 comments, 9 photos

      ... you step, both to steer clear of poop and to be sure you won’t step into a random, deep, unmarked hole. We regularly see busses hurtling down narrow roads, a family of four riding a motor scooter, and expensive vehicles gently maneuvering speed bumps. Some drivers view red lights as discretionary, so as a pedestrian, it’s important to be aware. It’s a rare day when, on a twenty minute walk, we aren’t passed by ...

      Our first two weeks

      A travel blog entry by srbruner on Aug 29, 2012

      6 comments, 27 photos

      Three days after arriving in Oaxaca, Leah flew to Manzanillo, Mexico to meet her dad and drive with him back to Oaxaca. He has a condo in Manzanillo and offered to let us use his condo car during our year in Oaxaca. The trick was getting the car from Manzanillo to Oaxaca. Easier said than done. Our dear friends Jimmy and Barb, who live in Manzanillo for most of the year, serviced the car, set it up with GPS, and talked Leah and Gary through ...

      Oh What A Day Is Today...

      A travel blog entry by hoornst1 on Jun 11, 2012

      1 comment, 11 photos

      Well, I made it! The past 24 hours have been a complete whirlwind, but I am finally settling into my homestay, where I will primarily live for the next 8 weeks.

      The flights yesterday seemed to go relatively smooth – that is, until I reached the airport in Oaxaca. Upon my arrival, I found that only 1 of my 2 check-in bags had arrived to the airport.
      After a long conversation with the baggage staff, I left the ...

      Swiching to Mexican Time

      A travel blog entry by katywade on Feb 24, 2012


      ... so to save money, Spirit doesn't bother to repaint their planes after they have been patched, resulting in a rather disturbing, Frankenstein look.

      But, at the end of it all, there is Mexico.

      Mexico City, like most Latin American capitals, such as Bogota or Caracas, has earned itself a bad reputation. Taxi crime is rampant, the murder rate is high, police corruption out of control. The only person in the States I have ever met from Mexico City, the son ...