Villa Ana Maria Hotel

Address: Av Mexico 809, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68020, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

Hippies, Monkeys and Beaches

A travel blog entry by curto on Feb 04, 2015

30 photos

... however make no secret of the fact I am no fan of the 'clothes' they seem to have strewn on their all of their unwashed bodies to make sure you know they have 'found themselves' , the low ****** hemp pant and plunging neck-lined local made colourful jumper combo, at this juncture I will point out I have not even once seen a local wear this kind of **** so I am unsure of why it appears at a such a infuriatingly high frequency. My main gripe was the not ...

Finally in Oaxaca

A travel blog entry by tigerjo on Aug 06, 2014

9 photos

... centre of town with disgruntled teachers and indigenous activists. Oaxaca is known as an area for social movements and political graffiti can be found all over. The current protests are against educational reforms being forced in by the current government - the reforms include teaching only in Spanish and English..discounting the 68 plus indigenous languages spoken in the country today.

My minibus to the coast leaves at 11pm so I continue exploring and taking ...

Oaxaca (ohh-hwhaka)

A travel blog entry by maroline on Feb 09, 2014

3 photos

... taxi by some miracle and begin the four and a half hour journey to Oaxaca. Poor Mario was dosing me up with meds and let me wear his jumper (by this point I had three layers on which I immediately peeled off as soon as we were off the bus). By the next morning I started to feel a bit better. Thank God for drugs. Day 7: Our first real day in Oaxaca. I manage to stomach some juice and what look like giant corn chips (tostadas) with beans and avocado for breakfast. We ...

Cooking class: Chiles Rellenos

A travel blog entry by marconelli on Nov 23, 2013

3 comments, 24 photos

... the chiles.

Since we were making two different recipes (cheese-stuffed and chicken-stuffed) we had to prepare the chicken filling in advance. This was a fairly elaborate process. (The cheese filling, on the other hand, is simple: just place slices of cheese and epazote leaves into the chiles, filling them ...

One of the funnest days of my entire life

A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick on Sep 17, 2013

5 comments, 42 photos

... myself, ah you sneaky *******! The next stop was Mitla, an archeological site of the Zapotec and Mixtec people. On the way there, Harris, Gal, Netta and I really got talking. They seemed to be very interesting and smart people. In Mitla, we were told to roam around while our guide toured the Spanish people, and he would meet up with us after. The structures were very interesting. It appeared that the Zapotec and the Miztec ( from the north) had worked together. The ...