Hotel Maria Luisa

Herocico Colegio Militar 5 , Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 69000 , Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

Thoughts on language, culture, kids and leaving

A travel blog entry by dlareau

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... that he was really understanding me. I said something in the past tense and he even got that, asking him where he learned that word he thought it was in Colorado, but then figured that he had heard it at soccer practice and had figured out what it meant without really knowing the conjugation at all. It was really exciting, and made me realize I wish they could now join a real school and work it out with the language. I wish we had stayed with a family ...

Monte Albán

A travel blog entry by marconelli

5
17

... years they moved the center of their civilization to Monte Albán.

The city was eventually abandoned by the Zapotecs, and for the next 250 years the place fell into ruin. Gradually, the Mixtecs began to make use of it, reusing some of its tombs to bury their own dignitaries. After about 1520 CE it once again fell into ruin.

Although the site was well known ...

Scattershot Blog el Segundo

A travel blog entry by srbruner

3
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... kids’ Mother’s Day program at school was the real deal. We had been instructed to arrive at the school at 11:30 am for the festivities. Our friends and neighbors from Bozeman, Zac, Sarah, Skye, and Parker Morgan-Edwards were paying us a visit, and were invited to attend as well, so we picked them up at 11:20 and headed to the school. When we arrived, the gate was locked and there were no other cars around. At 11:40, scratching my head, ...

A COLONIAL GEM

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels

5

... somebody looking officious momentarily boarding. Exited on to Hwy 135 soon thereafter.

Roadside grave markers mean the same here as home. We began to slice through mountainous terrain. It was a two lane road so for passing cars head to the shoulder and the 'speedy Gonzalez' would motor on. Shortly after 2011 saw Oaxaca at 203k away. There are farmlands about but no farmhouses spotted. Scrub grass was winning the war re greenery.

Puebla disappointed ...

Daily Life

A travel blog entry by srbruner

4
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... toilet paper, and the like. One of the supermarkets I frequent also has a section of imported items such as hummus, pickles, bleu cheese, wine, artichoke hearts, and mozzarella cheese. They have a bakery, a deli, a butcher, and a small in-store cafeteria. I can pay with a credit card. Much the same.

When we first arrived in Oaxaca, Leah and I were overwhelmed by the drivers. Anytime we walked along streets with Micah and ...

     

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