Suites Colibri

Privada de las Flores 109, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68050, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

OAXACA - HOLY MOLÉ

A travel blog entry by breadstickstu

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... with dates, time differences, varying cultures, language barriers, public holidays and bank issues we were booked to go to Cuba!!! Hooray!!! Our next move was to leave Oaxaca for the afternoon to head to one of the famous black pottery villages just near by, but unfortunately a local political protest had blocked all the roads out of Oaxaca so we couldn't leave town. So instead we found a lovely little cafe serving organic salads and meals and spent ...

South to Oaxaca

A travel blog entry by jim.coates

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... and had slogans painted around town like one I photographed -- "The teacher while fighting, is also teaching".

The highway from Puebla to Oaxaca is varied and beautiful, winding down the valleys and over the ridges of the Sierra Madre (the Mother mountain range). Daniel remarked on how the high dry plateaus reminded him of central Spain. No wonder the Spaniards came to stay. ...

One of the funnest days of my entire life

A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick

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... speaking people on the tour. Harris, a 48 year old Japanese man (who looks 30), and Gal & Netta, a young couple from Israel. We all instantly connected, and stuck together through the day. We only spent 20 minutes at the tree, that's all you really needed, and I picked up some snacks before we departed to Teotitlàn, a small Zapotec village that specializes in handwoven rugs and clothes. Quick history lesson: The state of Oaxaca has more indigenous groups ...

Guelaguetza 2013, First-class show

A travel blog entry by chasqui1970

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Sound it out and say it slowly at first. Don't be intimidated be all of the vowels. You'll get the hang of it. While you practice I'll define the word for you. It comes from the Zapoteca word "guendalezaa" which means; offering, help, present or exchange of gifts or presents. Well that's exactly what this celebration was all about. First of all, it was a free show. Not bad for what is considered ...

A COLONIAL GEM

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels

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... public transport].
Fabian was not at his best here, some of the options almost needing a flow chart as to what you got for what pesos.

Eventually off to walk around Oaxaco by 1640, heading for the zocalo. There were several old churches which I thought might have been the principal edifice en route. Chatted a bit with Fabian re his background. He's from Costa Rica but is considering moving to Mexico as his travel base. He's also thinking of building a lodge ...

 

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