Casa Vieja

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

Beautiful Oaxaca - should have stayed longer

A travel blog entry by heinzdora


... for Don Rufino as some of the areas in the forrest hadn't seen rain for 6 months. As we walked he would create ditches for the water to escape so as to avoid the paths being overly flooded or would clear the streams of excess vegetation. You really got the sense that he owned the forrest and knew it inside out.

We are all starvin' marvins by the time we reach the mirador (Hinesh and I snuck in some snacks along the way). The views today were ok. Lots of cloud ...

Los Niños de México

A travel blog entry by marconelli


... got one of the two beds in the home while a mother, four kids and a set of elderly grandparents curled up together in the other bed. Had Elly and Toni not been visiting, the grandparents would have had that bed, but the other five regularly and happily slept in one bed.)

But it is not just the quantity of time that the kids are with their parents that makes a difference. The children are also given a type of attention in a way that they ...

Viva Mexico!

A travel blog entry by jmess90

... i met a group of people that i spent the next few days with. With Adam (American), Tom (Aussie), and Noam (Israeli) we headed to Isla Mujeres which was GORGEOUS!! I really wanted to swim with the whale sharks but due to the stupid rain i was unable to do it :( - but they say every cloud and all that......I was able to release baby turtles into the sea!! Was the best moment of my travels so far! They were so small and so cute.

After a few days ...

Mitla, Zapoteca ruins

A travel blog entry by chasqui1970


... left behind by the Spaniards. In this case a lot of the material to build the Spanish church was actually taken from the ruins. The idea was to use the material and also to destroy the past connection to the temple and convert everyone over to Catholicism. Massive stone blocks can be seen tumbled to the ground, broken down walls, columns strewn on the ground where ...


A travel blog entry by tomrichards


... with calcium carbonate. As the water trickles over the cliff, the excess minerals are deposited, just like how stalactites are formed in caves. We had an hour and a half to relax by the pools and enjoy the view, you could also walk around and to the ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Vieja Oaxaca

2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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