Binniguenda All Inclusive

Blvd.Santa Cruz #201. Sector E, Huatulco, Pacific Coast, Mexico | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Blvd.Santa Cruz #201. Sector E, Huatulco, is near La Crucecita, La Entrega, Tangolunda, and Chahue.
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    Travel Blogs from Huatulco

    You've never seen radishes like these before !

    A travel blog entry by dlareau on Dec 23, 2013

    13 photos

    ... were placed at each entrance along with what seemed like a dozen police at each site. Once in the Zocalo, we saw 100 yard long tables lining three sides of the perimeter of the Zocalo which were the display areas for hundreds of competitors in three main areas - Radishes, El Maiz and the Flor immortel. Late for school we just glanced at the beginnings of displays and ...

    Day 3 Huatulco

    A travel blog entry by thriftyis on Feb 27, 2013

    ... become irresponsible. An SPF 50 sun screen would imply that I can spend 50 times more than my albino white skin can normally before ambulancias start to slow down as they pass me due to sincere concern for my immediate safety. IF that is accurate then I cannot spend more than 8 minutes in the sun without burning. The 6 hours we spent in the sun yesterday did the job even with an SPF 50. I thought I was smart! Every time I think that, I get reminded that I was wrong ...

    Viva Mèxico – Part 2

    A travel blog entry by slw321 on Dec 16, 2012

    24 photos

    ... that they were planning to continue running like this all the way to
    Mexico City where the shrine for the “Vergen de Guadalupe” is and the actual
    day of the saint is 12 December. We saw photos in our Mexican Culture class of
    how people would walk or crawl bare footed up the side of the hill upon which
    sits the basilica said to house the artefacts surrounding the legend of this
    miracle. When I saw Rachel yesterday she told me that her ...

    Temporary Non-Immigrant Residents of Mexico

    A travel blog entry by srbruner on Sep 11, 2012

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... of notable experiences for all of us. Micah and Zola came home from school the next day with news that they had eaten cactus. I saw my first black widow spider and gave the family a lesson on where they generally live (dark, still, out of the way places), what their webs look like, and what precautions to take to steer clear of them. Like a perfect student, Leah took her newfound information about black widows and found one of her own (yes, she's come a long ...


    A travel blog entry by hoornst1 on Jun 15, 2012

    1 comment, 10 photos

    One of the "extra" (optional) parts of this program has been to participate in a programa de intercambio (exchange program) with Mexican students at a local university. Each day, after our classes end, our university friends arrive to speak with us for an hour. From 2:00-3:00, we talk about just about whatever we want – family, friends, classes, the weather… the only rule is that only half of the session can be in English, and the other half must be ...

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