Casa Vieja

Av. Perez Gasga s/n, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 71980, Mexico | Hotel

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Beautiful Oaxaca - should have stayed longer

A travel blog entry by heinzdora


... he had a full truck it would have only been 80 pesos for the . We bite the bullet and just agree the price.

The ride up is not as windy as what we read in the travel guides. Its actually quite beautiful, the landscapes are stunning. Despite the light rain, it doesn't take away from the beauty of the land in front of you.

Luis our driver decides to drop us off at a sign near Hierve el Agua and tells us that the walk to the entrance is diez (10) minutos. Ummm ...

Una Calenda a parade to the patron saint of Oaxaca

A travel blog entry by dlareau


... knew I had to get Daphne. But the apartment was on the other side of the parade. I waited for the part where it was just people, all who seemed to have a little cup of what could only be Mezcal, and blended in. That was a joke since I can not blend in anywhere. Kind of like being the black guy in Paonia. But they were amiable and had no problem with me getting to the other side. While there I saw a muneca, only a few ...

Getting started

A travel blog entry by marconelli


... in Oaxaca. What a boondoggle!) When they're not here (i.e., when he has to show up in Minneapolis), they rent the house out. And we are the lucky renters this year until just before Christmas.

So all is well, right? Well, almost. In Mexico, there's always a little something that goes awry. This time, just hours before our arrival, as the house was being prepped for us, the water pump burned out. Since it delivers water from the ground ...

Day 3: Mexico City to Oaxaca

A travel blog entry by holliem


... Asia & Europe for the last 9 months. Also Dave from Melbourne who has been traveling the last 3 months from Columbia up to Mexico. He has a week left before he heads back to Melbourne. He was working for 3 years in Northern Territory as a social worker. Working with indigenous communities, very interesting. Then I met Rosa from Hungary. She has been in Oaxaca a month or so and has fallen in love with Joaquin who works in the restaurant next door he ...


A travel blog entry by tomrichards


... percentage of indigenous people. There are lots of women and children selling their wares on the small streets when a group of us had a walk around later that day. There's plenty of shops and cafes on the cobbled walking street leading from the ...


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