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 Blanquita.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz Huatulco

    Leaving on a jet plane (again)

    A travel blog entry by lucystu on Apr 22, 2015

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    ... realise that everyone else knew each other and we had just walked in on an organised tour. Kevin and I are always discussing tour groups after our experience with them whilst working in hospitality in New Zealand, and one of our favourite authors, Pete McCarthy, describes similar tours that move around the world at such a pace that they'll be in Belgium on Tuesday. It turned out this was a specific 7 day food tour, where they seemed to be on a whistle stop tour around the ...

    Rocks and Ruins

    A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Mar 02, 2015

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    ... interacted with resident Zapotecs to create these patterns, one of which resembles the Greek key. Although they were developed independently from the Greeks, the Spanish called the patterns greca. The Zapotecs built the walls with no mortar. The resulting ‘flexibility’ allows the structures to survive earthquakes, whereas the rigidly mortared walls of the Spanish collapsed.  Yagul, a third ...

    The Ruins of Monte Alban!

    A travel blog entry by therenbackagain on Jan 14, 2015

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    ... place, though at times it seemed the poor little engine wasn’t going to make it up the steep, curving road. Upon arrival we connected with a fantastic guide named Julio provided an amazing amount of information about the site and the peoples who had lived there. The first stop was the ruin of one of the few dwellings on Monte Alban. Each dwelling was built on top of a tomb where the ancestors of the occupants were buried. It was believed these ancestors would assist and guide ...

    Diego Rivera's murals and heading to Oaxaca

    A travel blog entry by catherineforbes on Jul 31, 2014

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    ... Revolution, of which Rivera, a lifelong card-carrying Communist, was a fervent supporter. His most famous work is the National Palace museum but that was always crowded so difficult to appreciate his mastery. I'd read that if you went along to the Ministry of Education building, it contained hundreds of his murals that were commissioned by a forward thinking Secretary of State for Education back in the day, and you could get in for free too. So along I ...

    ANZAC Day in Huatulco Mexico

    A travel blog entry by rdavey on Apr 25, 2014

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    At 7.00am this morning passengers from Australia and New Zealand assembled on deck 12 for a short ANZAC Day service. A young woman said the oath followed by a minutes silence then a lady from NZ lead us in their national anthem followed by the Australian national anthem. There are 239 Australian and 26 Kiwi's on board and I would say most of them turned out for the 99th Anniversary. Later in the morning we had a tour "Old ...