Posada el Jardin

Address: Calle 27 #216 (entre 28 y 30), Ticul, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle 27 #216 (entre 28 y 30), Ticul, is near Muyil, Xlapak, Dzibichaltun, and Nohoch Mul.
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      Day 4: Oaxaca Walking Tour

      A travel blog entry by holliem on Sep 07, 2013

      16 photos

      ... the day, and not mope around feeling sorry for myself. Rosa invited me to join her and Shannon on a guided walking tour of Oaxaca with Joaquin, who works in the restaurant around the corner from the Hostel and is seeing Rosa my Hungarian friend from last night. I went and posted my stuff home, which cost $700 pesos approx $70 AUD. expensive but worth it. Just hope it makes it safely. We started the walking tour in the Zocalo or town square. It is ...

      Day of the dead

      A travel blog entry by katherinelevy on Oct 31, 2012

      3 comments, 90 photos

      I arrived in Oaxaca and walked from the bus terminal over to the hostel, Cielo Rojo, that Kim had managed to find for us. Kim had thankully got bored with the beach and had made her way over to oaxaca earlier than Dave and I and had managed to secure us some accomodation, initially only for two nights but still we had somewhere to sleep over the festival. Because as travellers go, Kim, Dave and i are all of the opinion you don't really need to book somewhere, you ...

      Our very own triathlon

      A travel blog entry by atom4gevampire on Sep 07, 2012

      5 photos

      ... bit, and we could hear the rumbling of thunder in the distance, but we decided to go into the water anyway. It was a bit cold at first, but after a few minutes it was pretty enjoyable. But of course, you can travel to the other side of the planet as far as you want but you can be sure of one thing: there are going to be Dutch people. And like Austin Powers fasjah would say, there are only two things in this world I hate, and one of them is the Dutch. When we ...


      A travel blog entry by hoornst1 on Jun 14, 2012

      7 comments, 57 photos

      Yesterday, we received the grand tour of Oaxaca's outskirts. We did not necessarily go into the city center (I have yet to see the touristy historical district, although I’m itching to get there!). Instead, we traveled around the valley, up the mountainsides, to look at how the city is divided. Mexico is a country of extreme disparity between the wealthy and the poor, and this was very easy to see during our drive. We passed ...

      Sometimes it takes a village

      A travel blog entry by katywade on Feb 26, 2012

      1 comment

      ... bus the next day without judgement. And here I was, walking about with filthy legs. Latina women's eyes are magnets for dirt, and I could see ladies immediately eyes my legs with disapproval. "I kjnow!" I wanted to say "I"m gong to clean them I promise! I had an accident! Don't judge me!" I finally passed a small food court and borrowed some napkins and water to clean myself up and go about my adventure.

      There are a few tricks to traveling in Latin America. One of ...