Apartments Villa de Campo

Address: Macedonio Alcala 910, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | Hotel
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    A travel blog entry by livy_lane on Aug 25, 2015

    ... with soaking some corn for the tortillas. Mexicans are obsessed with corn tortillas and it is one of their staple foods; basically all mexican dishes are tortillas folded in one way or another, filled with various things. The tortilla obsession stems from the ancient mayans, who were people of corn. In some parts of mexico (eg yucatan), there are a lot of traditional mayan families in which the women still spend their days making tortillas from scratch. In ...

    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 ...


    A travel blog entry by michadventure on Sep 02, 2014

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    ... that there were 365 days in the calendar by their phenomenal attention to the sun. They calculated the number of days between the summer solstices was 55 and then 260 days for the long pass. The solar rotations, the stars and their special location between the tropics was key to this discovery.
    Monte Alban also has a magnificent ball court. The ball court was based on ritual for the Mayans, Aztecs, Toltecs and the Zapotecs and it's significance and use varied. ...


    A travel blog entry by briannaclark91 on May 23, 2014

    ... There were plenty if Brahmans around, lots of mules. They were very old school fashioned farming with the farmers doing it by hand and using there horses or mules. The fencing was all done by hand and the wooden branches were posts. We met up with Jess and Andrew again for dinner who was lovely. We booked and overnight bus for Puerto Escondido which took 10hrs and I didn't sleep a ...

    Oaxaca - Monte Albon and lunch in a village house

    A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra on Sep 12, 2013

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    Thursday 12September 2013 Off and out by 8 again but actually it is a great idea cos we beat he crowds. Monte Albon is a stunning ruin of the Zapotec who existed and traded with the Teotihuacan people and both civilizations collapsed at the same time in 700AD having started building in 200BC. The remains have a similar layout and a great ball court like we saw at the Anthropology museum. We came back to re-visit the plaza and handcraft market we had discovered yesterday. ...