Posada Del Virrey

Calle Morelos #1001, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Window explosion & tequila lessons

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke

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... sins in Mexico since we have been there and pretty much the rest of our adult lives as Tequila is not meant to be drunk as a shot, nor is mescal the other cactus based spirit, it is supposed to be sipped with a fresh lime or orange piece dunked in salt or chilli dusk with each sip. The Mexicans really should tell the rest of the world this as we had been wondering why the locals have been giving us weird looks and calling us loco (Crazy) when we necked it in ...

Dia De Muertos (Day of the Dead)

A travel blog entry by melodyandbrad

41

... people dressed up for Day of the Dead, art everywhere, including the famous sugarskulls (literally skulls carved out of sugar). We quickly found our costumes and prepared for the festivities. We started our night at the rooftop bar with everyone from the hostel, then ventured to the Old Cemetery about 11pm for the beginning of the night. It was definitely not really what we expected but incredible all the same. Every grave was ...

Day 5: Hierve el Agua

A travel blog entry by holliem

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... a shock on the way up. We started slowly back up following a new track which in fact may not have been a track at all. It was not long before I could feel my heart beating in my chest and hear my every breath in ring in my ears. It was hard work. It was hot but the hardest bit was I felt so breathless. The boys were making good progress, Paul had long legs so bigger steps and Dave had just come back from a 3 day hike in the mountains so he was acclimatized. Me on ...

In a valley, surrounded by mountains..

A travel blog entry by m_and_m_time

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... br> There is so much shopping to be done here. Macushla is going crazy and is addicted already, trying everything on and going into EVERY stall, market and shop! We' ve already bought a few things and may even need to do a detour to the post office...As well as clothes and art, the colourful, aromatic markets are also full of fresh produce so we bought fresh, cheap avocados, chillies and limes and made our ...

A COLONIAL GEM

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels

5

... has the largest suitcase for the short junket to Playa del Carmen.

On the animal front, some dogs have been seen but no cats whatsoever. The crops have switched to the likes of cabbages and other low to the ground staples. Horses were being used to plow the fields. The Translator was chuckling at various turns of phrases in the 'chic flic'.

Some sheep were spotted as the soil started to look harsher. Off the highway at 1135 for a short ...

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