Hacienda La Noria

Avenida Eduardo Mata 1918, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68120, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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Oaxaca (ohh-hwhaka)

A travel blog entry by maroline


... on the spot. Feeling much better today. So we go for a rather epic walk up through the city up to the Auditorio Guelaguetza. It's this pretty cool lookout over Oaxaca but it's also a kind of amphitheatre. It also has a stupid amount of steps to get up to the top, and the slope is quite slippery. We even saw one local fall over on the street. I tried not to laugh (she was fine, by the way). I do that kind of stuff all the time... We come back down into the city and ...

Cooking class: Chiles Rellenos

A travel blog entry by marconelli


... sauce) and Elly prepared the appetizer (chicken taquitos) -- we got to share in a great feast, in which all of the many courses we prepared were served. (Some photos of our day at Seasons of My Heart are included at the end of this entry.)

But our experience this time was very different. Instead ...

One of the funnest days of my entire life

A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick


... none of us saw the price as reasonable for what they offered. To my surprise, Gal pulled out four buns, with tomato, cheese, and meat, and he handed one each to me and Harris. His kindness was shocking, and greatly appreciated. They were delicious! After our meal we had many interesting conversations about the differences between our three countries and their education system, health care, marriage standards, and much much more! We all exchanged information, and now I've ...

Mitla, Zapoteca ruins

A travel blog entry by chasqui1970


... hill of Monte Alban (more ruins), not so far out yonder is the city of Oaxaca. Though it is arid and quite warm most of the time you can see lots of vegetation and the mountainsides are also green. We actually came to feed the dogs before we take off on our adventure. Lobo and Pitufo are their names.

Mitla (here is the brief history) in Nahuatl (Aztec language) ...


A travel blog entry by vgfamily


... children who couldn't afford to go to school an education. In Mexico, to attend public school, you have to have a birth certificate, have certain shots, own a uniform and gym clothes. For many families, this is too much money and so their children end up begging on the streets. The Oaxaca Street Children Grassroots is a program which hooks children up with sponsors who pay $200 a year for the child's basic education and needs. The organization has a center that ...

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