Parador Plaza

Murguia 104, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

Lovely small town

A travel blog entry by bulaska on Dec 18, 2013

12 photos

... but they are too small for that. Maybe I will open a coffeeshop with coffee oaxaceño some day ;)

Hierve El Agua
It's supposed to be petrified waterfall, but once you're there, you cannot see much of the waterfall itself unless you take a short guided tour. The side you're mainly on are three naturally created basins with slightly salty water. The water is cold, but swimmeable. It's not always clean, though.

To get to Hierve El Agua is ...

The sidewalks of Oaxaca

A travel blog entry by marconelli on Nov 13, 2013

2 comments, 18 photos

... and that the woman sitting in the sidewalk has picked the part where it starts to get narrow to sit in, thereby managing to block the entire thing.)

On the other hand, some sidewalks are very wide. This next one is unusually wide -- although we could never figure out why. As the photo suggests, it's ...

Lucid Dreaming, and a day of luxurious relaxation

A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick on Sep 23, 2013

1 comment, 3 photos

... If was as if flying was normal for us. We attacked the bird, forcing it to land. On the ground we noticed it wasn't retaliating, so we stopped attacking it. It stood there, and began to whine like a dog, flapping it's wings. I realized it wasn't at all trying to harm us. It had been sent to help us. I apologized and began petting it like a dog. After that, I had a crazy zombie dream, not as cool though. When I woke up, I immediately researched the meanings of ...

Oaxaca, "on top of the Guaje tree"

A travel blog entry by chasqui1970 on Jul 27, 2013

37 photos

... it was off to the Templo de Santo Domingo. The first Dominicans arrived in Oaxaca in 1528 but, it was not until 1551 that they started construction of the beautiful church. Even more surprising is that it was not finished until 1724. Since then it has been used as a military base, a stable, it was actually off limits to the Catholic church at one point then later re-opened to the Catholic church. To this day it ...


A travel blog entry by tomrichards on Jul 08, 2013

25 photos

... s revenge. I can honestly say it was the most ill I've ever been. So I was bed-bound for the rest of the day and had to book another night, while I recovered the following day also. I managed to get on to a night bus to San Cristobal de las Casas on ...

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