Apartments Villa de Campo

Address: Macedonio Alcala 910, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | Hotel
 
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      Petrified waterfalls, ancient trees and mezcal

      A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 25, 2014

      19 photos

      ... them in a beer commercial at one point. Yep, marketing, it works, folks.

      We arrived at Hierve al Agua early afternoon, and decided to have lunch before exploring the area. We got the local specialty, tlayudas, which are basically thin grilled pita-like flatbreads with mole sauce, the local Oaxaca cheese, and toppings. I had avocado and tomato on mine. Delicious! A bit messy to eat, mind you.

      After lunch, we decided to hike down to see the ...

      Oaxaca

      A travel blog entry by iancowden on Jul 23, 2014

      8 photos

      ... away. It is on top off a big hill overlooking Oaxaca and has the ruins several pyramids where an ancient community lived. On top of one of the Pyramids you can see a now grassed area called the Plaza approximately 200 X 100 metres. There were a number of pyramids and ceremonial sites around the perimeter and the community lived on the other side of these structures. The site is about 1900 metres above sea level and combined with a bit of heat and ...

      Lovely small town

      A travel blog entry by bulaska on Dec 18, 2013

      12 photos

      ... but they are too small for that. Maybe I will open a coffeeshop with coffee oaxaceño some day ;)

      Hierve El Agua
      It's supposed to be petrified waterfall, but once you're there, you cannot see much of the waterfall itself unless you take a short guided tour. The side you're mainly on are three naturally created basins with slightly salty water. The water is cold, but swimmeable. It's not always clean, though.

      To get to Hierve El Agua is ...

      The sidewalks of Oaxaca

      A travel blog entry by marconelli on Nov 13, 2013

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... and that the woman sitting in the sidewalk has picked the part where it starts to get narrow to sit in, thereby managing to block the entire thing.)


      On the other hand, some sidewalks are very wide. This next one is unusually wide -- although we could never figure out why. As the photo suggests, it's ...

      UPGRADEEEEEEEEE!

      A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick on Sep 22, 2013

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... me to stay at her parents hotel. Free of charge. I didn't turn down the offer for a millisecond. She told me I could stay here at around 7pm, I packed my bags and was here within the hour. I'll just switch between beds as there are two of them. This is gonna be great ...