Las Golondrinas

Address: Calle Tinoco y Palacios 411, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | Hotel
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          Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

          Oaxaca - I have died and gone to oaxaca

          A travel blog entry by erin_murray84 on Nov 03, 2013

          24 photos

          ... locals that invite you into their house party to find out the dj is in jail and had to find our way industrially back to oaxaca in the back of a ute. Dancing in bars called baracuda and fandango till the very wee hours doing jager bombs with locals and trying in a charade style language to communicate as best i can. I really should've learnt more spanish. All to spend my last days before going to the Rivera feeling sombre and regretful that ive only had one week! Worrying ...

          Milestones for Micah and Zola

          A travel blog entry by srbruner on Feb 20, 2013

          4 comments, 18 photos

          ... Would the tooth fairy travel to Mexico? What might Micah expect to receive? We know Santa squeezes down chimneys, but how does the tooth fairy get into houses? The question about whether the tooth fairy would travel to Mexico was an interesting one. After talking with some of our Mexican friends, Leah and I surmised that the Mexican “tooth mouse” might actually have jurisdiction. If the tooth fairy was indeed responsible, ...

          Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)

          A travel blog entry by srbruner on Nov 12, 2012

          4 comments, 28 photos

          ... seen being baked the day before. The bread was for dipping. It was like dessert before the meal. Delicious. That was followed by the main course – mole negro, chicken, rice, and tortillas. One of Gaby’s sisters had made the mole from scratch for the first time. She did well. I cleaned my plate … and then Micah’s … and then Zola’s. Micah and Zola had been excused from the table quickly and were off playing ...

          Settling in

          A travel blog entry by srbruner on Aug 15, 2012

          12 comments, 16 photos

          ... grabbed some food. The food court in terminal 2 included a bevy of American fast food chains. Fortunately, we were able to bypass those options and instead found some enchiladas, vegie wraps, guyaba juice, and a yogurt liquado (smoothie). It hit the spot. Waiting for our next flight, the kids were as punchy as I’ve ever seen them, somewhat distracted and squirming all around. At 5:30, when our flight departed, it had already been a long day. Our ...