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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    Scratching an itza

    A travel blog entry by ayc17 on Jun 01, 2015

    ... snake's nest which is apt as its full of *******s) Their civilisation was centered in this area and they had a massive temple which they used to provide sacrifices from, this is chichen itza. If you've ever watched the aliens vs predator films and seen the flashbacks where the predators are on top of a temple fighting thousands of aliens you'd know what I'm talking about. What we didn't know is that the temple is actually a calendar as well and one of ...

    Leaving on a jet plane (again)

    A travel blog entry by lucystu on Apr 22, 2015

    20 photos

    ... 12 activities into each day. That being said, the 6 Australians, 1 Kiwi and 1 Englishman were good company for the day. The course started with a trip to the local market, the same place Kevin and I had ate a couple of days previous. Although this trip was very different being with 8 more white people who were not afraid to shove their large cameras in the faces of the stall sellers. Oscar, the guy running the course, was very informative teaching us about all the different ...

    The Ruins of Monte Alban!

    A travel blog entry by therenbackagain on Jan 14, 2015

    8 photos

    ... in times of need. They also provided an important link between the underworld, middle world and celestial world but were still connected to their earthly bodies and required food and other objects to assist them in their journeys. To accommodate this each house had an access door to the tomb where family members would bring down offerings of food and tools to the bodies therein.

    The next stop was the field for the famous ball game of the Mesoamerican cultures. The ...

    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 ...

    Weekend adventures

    A travel blog entry by dlareau on Jan 13, 2014

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    ... ordered a great whole chicken grilled up and served with rice, beans tortillas and fresh avocadoes and amazing hot sauce and just plopped down with a group of men sitting and doing the same.
    We have come to the conclusion that we do not like being called gringo. They other word they use for white people here is guero, which more or less means blondie. This terms is a bit more of a term of endearment. Gringo is not. After ...