Hotel Azucenas

Calle Prof M Aranda 203, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | Hotel
 

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Beautiful Oaxaca - should have stayed longer

A travel blog entry by heinzdora

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... of the vegetation and learn about some of the medicinal benefits of the plants along the way. One weird smelling flower smelt like ashtray (true story). Hinesh was click click clicking away at the scenery. We saw lots of agaves - this is the plant from which mezcal is made. Mezcal is the Oaxacan version of tequila. Some agaves were piqueño and some were giant sized.

It rained at some points of the walk but nothing that our rain coats wouldn't fix. The rain was a ...

Los Niños de México

A travel blog entry by marconelli

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... kids. Young children are regularly seen trotting along side their working mothers or fathers. Older children actually choose to be around their parents and younger siblings and neighbors. Several years ago, Elly and her bosom buddy Toni were being given a "tour" of a rural village by some children of the family they were staying with, and those kids positively begged the parents to let the littlest toddler go with them.

(Later, Toni ...

Viva Mexico!

A travel blog entry by jmess90

... loads of people and there was no-one around so explored Mexico City for the day, but due to the teachers strikes it was sooooooooooo busy!!! Anyway, that evening i went to see a Mexican Wrestling match with a phew other British speaking people - woooooooooo! Was so funny and was defo worth the watch.

Next day went on a tour to Teotihuacan to see the pyramids and ruins which was pretty cool. After still not having met people i thought it ...

Mitla, Zapoteca ruins

A travel blog entry by chasqui1970

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... of the Dead". Not the living dead for all of you Zombie hunters, just the dead. While the Aztecs were doing their thing up north and the Mayas down south, here in southern Mexico the Zapotecas and Mixtecas were mixing it up and battling each other. But all of that came to an abrupt end when the Spanish came in and conquered them all. It's actually a sad sight to see all of ...

Oaxaca

A travel blog entry by tomrichards

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... be a really modern, minimalistic building. The music playing was called Cumba, and not only was it free entry, but also free beer, mezcal, and food. Me and Ale went to the food market once more for lunch the following day, where I tried my first ...

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