Posada Castillo Oasis

Address: calle del amor 97, Zipolite, Oaxaca, Pacific Coast, 70900, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on calle del amor 97, Zipolite, is near La Crucecita, Buceo Sotavento, Chahue, and Blanquita.
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    Travel Blogs from Zipolite

    Leaving on a jet plane (again)

    A travel blog entry by lucystu on Apr 22, 2015

    20 photos

    ... and artefacts, including brightly coloured hand knitted mushrooms is bizarre considering they are actually illegal (before you need to ask the mushrooms are only there during the rainy season, which isn't now). We spent a relaxing couple of days here in extremely cheap accommodation, which meant we could afford some leeway in our rather tight budget. Most of the travellers around the village were pretty intense hippies, but we did find a nice group of three travellers who ...

    Nudies and Hippies

    A travel blog entry by chrisandalicia on Mar 28, 2015

    23 photos

    ... quarters. Next we moved a few kilometers down the coast to Mazunte, another beautiful beach cove with a strong hippie scene. The beach here was more friendly on the eyes, and the drum banging and fire twirling provided much entertainment. The town packed full of Mexican families for Holy Week (the week leading up to Easter), and the fiestas were nonstop. We indulged in some buckets of Mojitos and Micheladas a couple nights as well, but mostly just relaxed on the beach and did ...

    Rocks and Ruins

    A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Mar 02, 2015

    15 photos

    ... archeological site, grew in size when Monte Alban went into decline. It had 10,000 people at its peak in 1350 AD. Mitla was the religious center for the Zapotecs, serving as the gateway between the land of the living and the dead. Mitla is derived from a word that means place of the dead.  Particularly distinctive in Mitla are the geometric patterns carved out of stone that ornament the walls. Mixtec groups from ...

    Playa Zipolite - beach side heaven

    A travel blog entry by meelimtravels on Sep 26, 2014

    11 photos

    ... of the day that have us sunshine. Zipolite was a quiet beach side town, with cheap amazing food. We are at a place called Puedra de Fuego (Stone on Fire) and ate an amazing dish stone grilled fish and sides. One small street store we were only able to eat at once due to weather (all their chairs ad tables were outside, so when it rained, they closed), but had cheap delicious Mexican food. We shared a tlyuda ( to me it was like a giant quesadilla) and soft shell tacos ...

    Travel day - Mexico City to Oaxaca (Wa-ha-kaa)

    A travel blog entry by ianandsarah2014 on Sep 12, 2014

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... jackets soon arrived to kill the fun but were shouted down quickly by the masses and people power won the day. See photos We arrived at 16.45 and had nowhere to stay so found some wifi in a bar. Sarah had wine. This made her happy. We then walk to the sourced accommodation in biblical rain. The hotel, slightly Fawlty Towers with a pool, is "so bad - it's great" - today's ...