Hotel del Portal

Address: Carr Putla km 56.5, Tlaxiaco, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 69800, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Carr Putla km 56.5, Tlaxiaco, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Tlaxiaco

To the Human Body

A travel blog entry by erica-in-mexico on Jun 25, 2015

The human brain has interested me for probably the majority of my 17 years (holy cow when did I get so old?) on this planet. The ability of absorbing information and storing it only for it to pop back up years later and come out of your mouth is incredible. Song lyrics you haven't heard since you were little that are already memorized become words in the form of a tune sliding out of your mouth when that song plays on the '90's top hits' radio station. ...

Oaxaca

A travel blog entry by tildiz on Jun 21, 2015

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We were only here for one night, but it was enough. It was also a old quiet town, similar to Guanojuato and San Miguel de Allende. But I liked this city, it was more "air".
This city had amazing street food, mumma! :)

Let the pictures talk!
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Scratching an itza

A travel blog entry by ayc17 on Jun 01, 2015

México used to be populated by natives before the Spanish came and messed around with things. The natives were called Mayans and they apparently most had cone heads and sharp teeth (neck braces at birth and chiselling teeth done this) the reason why they did this was because they believed that snakes symbolised energy and earth hence tried to resemble them. They used to speak a language called Maya and most of the names of Mexican places are mayan ...

Wahacca

A travel blog entry by bex-edd on May 14, 2015

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Bex again

We mapped our journey across the East of Mexico based on a suggested route in the guide book. Oaxaca (pronounced Wahacca) was one of the recommended stops, a nice town with some interesting ruins and villages around it. Normally we're complete geeks about studying the guide books but the days were flying by and we were getting a bit travelled out so fell into a bad habit of reading the guidebook at the last minute and turning up in new ...

The Real Deal Natural Waterfall, FINALLY

A travel blog entry by stanvan on Mar 27, 2010

7 photos

Miles: 4,769


Miles Per Gallon: 19.7

Stayed in a slick camping spot next to a waterfall. It was a good spot to catch up on laundry and to relax a bit. This was one of those real natural waterfalls too, not that BS man-made business. Evander Holyfield would be proud.
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