Alta Mira

Address: Camino a Punta Cometa Sin Numero, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
 
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      San Augustin Etla

      A travel blog entry by dieter44 on Feb 11, 2015

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      San Augustin Etla

      San Agustín Etla is a town and municipality in Oaxaca in south-western Mexico. The municipality covers an area of 81.65 km˛. It is part of the Etla District in the Valles Centrales region. As of 2005, the municipality had a total population of 3243.

      San Agustín Etla is the home of the Centro de las Artes San Agustín Etla, also known as CaSa. Pretty San Agustín sits on the Valle de Etla's eastern slopes, 18km northwest ...

      Diego Rivera's murals and heading to Oaxaca

      A travel blog entry by catherineforbes on Jul 31, 2014

      14 photos

      ... no hot water for the shower and one minuscule towel. Needless to say I think I got about 2 hours sleep that night and was a low point, I have to say..... I hadn't been feeling that well for days, was exhausted from the bus journey, had period pain, was sleeping in some dodgy place next to a cantina peopled with Mezcal-swigging hombres that wouldn't look amiss from the cast of Tarantino's 'From Dusk Til dawn' and was asking myself "what on earth am I doing ...

      Monte Alban

      A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Mar 08, 2014

      35 photos

      ... as it had been abandoned and was covered in dirt, trees & cactus. It sits just under 2000m looking out over the valleys and has spectacular views. The pyramids and building are awesome and we were so lucky to have a local archaeologist who is attached to one of the major US University show us around. He gave us so much insight into the life and times. The culture was very similar to the Aztecs, Mayans and ...

      Dia De Muertos (Day of the Dead)

      A travel blog entry by melodyandbrad on Oct 26, 2013

      41 photos

      ... with marigolds, candles and offerings. Mariachi music playing in every direction and families gathered around their loved ones grave telling stories, crying, laughing, drinking... The atmosphere was so electric. We ventured out of the cemetery to one of the nearby foods stalls where we were welcomed by locals who helped us order what we wanted and insisted on sharing their mezcal with us. We left with some mixed emotions but some unforgettable ...

      Day 5: Hierve el Agua

      A travel blog entry by holliem on Sep 08, 2013

      18 photos

      ... hand had come from 3 days in Mexico City, working shift work, not exercising and eating badly. So it was not looking good for me... Lol. The boys said to blame it on the altitude. But I know better... I am unfit. I found that even resting I couldn't catch my breath. I soldiered on, scrambling up steep rock faces, holding on by my fingertips and praying my shoes don't slip. Little scary at times. I did feel light headed at one stage and the boys were kind enough to ...