Casa Gigi Guest House

Address: 518 Las Rosas, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68050, Mexico | Lodge
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    Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

    Raining Crickets and Cockroaches

    A travel blog entry by want9814 on Sep 11, 2014

    8 photos

    ... after that went to a local restaurant called Casa De Mi Abuela (thank you for the recommendation Abraham). There we took in views of the Zocalo while trying crickets for the first time (Didn't taste half bad, but if someone tells you they taste like chicken they're lying to you). As we finished our meal it started to drizzle a bit and under my advice to get back before the rain gets worse we left (Yes you guessed right ...

    Mezcal and Reflecting

    A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Jan 14, 2014

    2 photos

    ... a little nosey around some of the centre. First stop on the tour was the locally famous Tule Tree. The enormous Montezuma cypress tree is a little over-hyped, but at over 2000 years old, the tree is one the oldest the world; it has a height of 'just' forty metres, but has the widest girth. It's a sacred tree and has been around so long that it was documented by the Aztecs and later the Spanish when the founded the city of Oaxaca. After some photo ops, the tour ...

    Oaxaca Santa Domingo Church

    A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Nov 26, 2013

    1 comment, 83 photos

    As it was getting close to sunset I headed towards Sta Domingo Church were a ...

    El Mercado 20 de noviembre

    A travel blog entry by marconelli on Nov 12, 2013

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... always women -- one flipping meat on the grill, the other madly fanning the flames. The butchers compete vigorously for customers, who wander up and down the aisles inspecting the various comedores; each butcher tries his best to entice any potential customer he sees inspecting his meats. It's a madhouse. There are almost no tourists.

    The best way to describe what it's like to dine here is with a narrative of the experience. We chose a ...

    Land of Mezcal and Chocolate

    A travel blog entry by crushe_d on Jul 10, 2013

    48 photos

    ... painted wooden figures) are made. We strolled around the artists workshops and picked up one or two items. The work that goes into these figures is unbelievable; they are all handmade from local wood and painstakingly painted. Some of the pieces are so intricate they can take a few months to complete. Most of the figures are animals although there can be other creations as well. Unfortunately our camera ran out of juice at the start of this day so we have no pics of ...