Hostel Don Nino

Address: Pino Suarez 804, 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 TravelPod.com.

    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 TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hostel Don Nino Oaxaca

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

    Finally in Oaxaca

    A travel blog entry by tigerjo on Aug 06, 2014

    9 photos

    ... of the dark, spiced, bitter blocks for making drinking chocolate.

    I had planned to get out to see the Tule tree in the afternoon (a giant 1600 year old tree) but the rain put me off and just spent the time exploring Oaxaca city instead. It also gave me a chance to investigate the variety of alebrijes for sale. Alebrijes are colourful wood carvings depicting mythical creatures and I promised myself it would be my one souvenir from my travels in Mexico. There ...

    Scattershot Blog el Segundo

    A travel blog entry by srbruner on May 24, 2013

    3 comments, 38 photos

    ... for her to publish the book with an academic press. So, no, we probably won’t be seeing it on bookstore shelves. She also told me that the book will not make us rich. Ah, sigh… If things go as planned, all of you should be able to find the book on Amazon, or via whichever university press picks it up, in a year and a half or so.

    While finishing her book, Leah has also embarked on her next research project, which looks at ...

    Viva Mèxico – Part 2

    A travel blog entry by slw321 on Dec 16, 2012

    24 photos

    ... and arrived roughly 2 hours later in Merida. I decided to
    push on to Campeche as that was only another 2 – 3 hours. It is another port
    town though not a seaside resort. I decided to take a bus tour in order to get
    a feel for the place and decide if I wanted to stay overnight or not……good
    decision as they didn’t seem to be an awful lot to see apart from what I
    experienced on the bus so I decided to travel overnight to ...

    Temporary Non-Immigrant Residents of Mexico

    A travel blog entry by srbruner on Sep 11, 2012

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... was out of town. With a lot of help from the local CIESAS folks, we got it done.

    With everything on our list checked off, Leah and I returned to the immigration office … and left with another list of things to do. Fortunately for us, we were able to convince the immigration officials that their request for a copy of Leah’s PhD diploma from Boston College was a tall order. We took them to the MSU webpage and followed the links to ...

    La Comida

    A travel blog entry by hoornst1 on Jun 18, 2012

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... more caffeine-dependent, and I’ll drink it just for the jolt of caffeine.

    Fortunately, the rest of the food has made up for this. Of course, la comida is so much more than food – it is about family and friends coming together to share in discussions. At our house, with so many Americans and Mexicans running in and out, it can sometimes be a bit chaotic. For me, breakfast is usually eaten on the run, but lunch is a different ...