Posada Margarita

Labastida, 115, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

A Walking Tour Of Oaxacan Churches

A travel blog entry by z00dles


... of the conquistadors and the catholic church's effect on the local people. The state of Oaxaca covers an area of almost 37,000 square miles with 370 miles of Pacific coastline. Most of the state is mountainous with rugged terrain right down to the coast. It has a large Indigenous population composed of numerous different groups including Mixtec, Náhuatl, and Zapotec. These cultures have survived better than ...

Cooking class: Chiles Rellenos

A travel blog entry by marconelli


... tomatoes became watery. Then we added the shredded chicken, and cooked the entire mixture until it was nearly dry.

When the mixture was cooked, it was ready to be stuffed into the chiles, as Fernanda is doing in the photo on the left.

In the photo on the right you can see what the chiles ...

Parades, BK, guitars, and hambourgesas.

A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick


... corruption issues. This story certainly didn't reassure I would be safe if anything was to ever happen to me, but watching them parade on the streets and people clapping for them as if they did good? I'm sure they do every now and again, but assaulting a Mexican citizen? Imagine what would happen to me. When I was in Mexico City, the federal police had their own hangar, with FOUR private jets. We all know that no police force ever needs four jets. ...

The Holiday Season

A travel blog entry by srbruner


... 8217;s attention was a spiral made out of tree boughs and candles, laid on the ground. The kids sang songs and provided their own accompaniment with drums, recorders, and a triangle. Little Drummer Boy and Silent Night (with verses in Spanish, English, and German) were two of our favorites. Then parents were asked to accompany their children, from youngest to oldest, on a stroll into the tree bough spiral to light and place candles. It was ...

Oaxaca part 2

A travel blog entry by mickandmegan


... Insane!

With the company of an American woman also staying at the hostel, we formed a little group of four for dinner, it was a really nice dinner and relatively cheap.

We then had a moonlight wander around the zocalo (main square) and some surrounding streets to check out the night life, found a little bar playing live music and had a single beer each before returning to the hostel and calling it a night at about ...

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