Alta Mira

Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

What the?

A travel blog entry by mariarobbins

... were all in Spanish. Arrived in Oaxaca and managed to get a map and walking directions to my hotel, Parador San Miguel. Nice hotel, very central, room not in the best position however - I got it at a very discount rate so no complaints. Wander the streets for a while and ended up having soupa in the hotelīs restaurant...traditional tortilla soup...very disappointing. Next day I hunted down a great cafe La Brujula and had a fat toasted bagel with cream cheese and a ...

I'm An Englishman... Without A Stupid Straw Hat

A travel blog entry by doove

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... annoying and heavy) backpack space.

It does make me feel slightly better when I see someone struggling much worse than myself. I have enough sense and words not to get taken for a mug, but on the other hand, I often find myself asking for things, which people are like yes, sure, but then don’t do anything like what you actually wanted! I’m pretty sure some of this is down to people just doing what they want and you have to fit into their plans because they’re ...

Dia de los Muertos

A travel blog entry by marconelli

3
15

... is a misnomer, for the holiday goes on for at least three days. On October 31, a family will build an altar, either at home or at a grave site in a cemetery, and fill the altar with flowers, fruit, bread, tins filled with sugar, and decorative tissues or paper. There will also be figures of patron saints, candles and pictures of the deceased at the center of the altar.

But that's just the beginning. Next, the altar is laden with food for the "guests," i.e., ...

Monte Alban, murderous dogs, and a great buffet!

A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick

3
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... I was far too busy enjoying the many other options, like chorizo! Michael introduced me to "agua arroz", or rice water. Basically rice milk with cinnamon, cantaloupe, and ice. Not only is it very good for you when you're having issues with your stomach, it's also very thirst quenching. Before we left I went to the bathroom, which was very tiny. Not only was I a foot taller than the stalls, but there was no space between the seat and door! Oh oops, I mean the toilet with NO seat, ...

Day - 52 A full day tour

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

This is a top pick!

... at our hotel nearly got our tour, as we were walking out to the foyer this older couple were getting on our bus, they felt pretty stupid when we turned up with the paperwork saying we had pre paid the tour, although by the end of the day I wouldn't have minded if they took our place. First we went to the headquarters of the tour company while they arranged all the vans and people. There were quiet a few people on this tour so we were divided into 3 ...

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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good