Villas Fasol

Address: Residencial Conejos, Manzana #7, Santa Cruz Huatulco, Oaxaca, Pacific Coast, 70989, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Residencial Conejos, Manzana #7, Santa Cruz Huatulco, is near La Crucecita, Buceo Sotavento, Chahue, and Montosa Island.
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    Puerto Escondido & Oaxaca de Juarez

    A travel blog entry by gonefornica on Nov 04, 2015

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... and creativity of others. We ended up meeting up with them later that night at bar Kutta for ladies night. Oaxaca de Juarez I took a night bus to Oaxaca de Juarez for Dia de los Muertos. It was a 12 hour trip, but totally doable with a sleeping pill and its a much cheaper way to travel, about $30 one way. I've changed my plans so much while being in Mexico and hearing what other travelers are doing. I thought I would be in Mexico for two weeks, but I am past my 20 day ...

    Oaxaca City, Mexico

    A travel blog entry by teamsharry on Sep 10, 2015

    17 photos

    ... a spare arm to carry it there......�� We ate our dinner tortas at an awesome little stall inside the local market and ended up going back the next day... it was that good! Harry tried the local delicacy 'chapulines', it's just fried grasshopper. Not nice. The last day we headed off on a tour to Mitla. Now we are not really tour-type people, especially when it's usually a fraction of the cost to just go yourself, but it worked out to be pretty economical, we would ...

    The Wondrous Weavers of Teotitlan

    A travel blog entry by therenbackagain on Jan 15, 2015

    10 photos

    ... ready the entire agave plant is harvested and the leaves cut off to reveal the "heart" of the agave plant, much like an artichoke. These hearts are piled together in a deep pit filled with coals and then covered over to roast for several days. The hearts are then removed from the roasting pit, transformed by the heat into a deep brown, soft material that is amazingly sweet and carries with it the rich aromas of wood smoke.

    The roasted hearts are then placed into ...

    Una fiesta con mis amigos

    A travel blog entry by monica_e on Oct 10, 2014

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... the night away. My teacher offered us some champulines, which are fried grasshoppers. I passed on those...definitely not vegetarian! I'm planning some outings with some of the other students in my class and am excited to see more of Oaxaca and learn more about the rich culture here. On my way home, I stopped for Nieve, Oaxacan sorbet, and it was delicious. What a fun ...

    Bahias de Huatulco

    A travel blog entry by monica_e on Sep 28, 2014

    6 photos

    Celise headed back to Guanajuato yesterday and I found the bus and got to the airport on my own. I flew through Mexico City today to get to the Oaxacan Coast. It is about 10 degrees cooler here and less humid than Puerto Vallarta. It is low season so there aren't many other gringos around. The beaches are stunning and the people are very friendly, especially when you try to talk in Spanish! It's been raining a little most days but not for long. I could get used to this ...