Casa Gigi Guest House

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

      A travel blog entry by fourontour on Jun 25, 2014

      10 photos

      ... shirts, although mine was a bit too big. We then went to the pool for about 2-3 hours. (While mum went shopping dad and sat round the pool drinking cervezas). We went then went to this restaurant called: Restaurante de Catedral. Drew's comments - last night I was on the plane to Oaxaca. It was a very bumpy ride landing because I was clinging to the seat. When we landed I was happy to be at the airport. Then we went in the taxi it had 11 seats and I sat ...

      I'm An Englishman... Without A Stupid Straw Hat

      A travel blog entry by doove on Dec 12, 2013

      77 photos

      ... holiday and feel compelled to buy them? Couples wearing matching straw hats are the worst culprits… Seriously sort it out! It’s not that I don’t think I would suit a straw hat – quite the opposite, but WHY?! They generally look stupid, aren’t comfortable, get easily squashed in a backpack (impractical) and don’t always have the sweat band meaning you just get an itchy forehead. Yet everyone that seems to go on a holiday loves that itchy forehead ...

      Dia de los Muertos

      A travel blog entry by marconelli on Nov 02, 2013

      3 comments, 15 photos

      ... is a misnomer, for the holiday goes on for at least three days. On October 31, a family will build an altar, either at home or at a grave site in a cemetery, and fill the altar with flowers, fruit, bread, tins filled with sugar, and decorative tissues or paper. There will also be figures of patron saints, candles and pictures of the deceased at the center of the altar.

      But that's just the beginning. Next, the altar is laden with food for the "guests," i.e., ...

      Monte Alban, murderous dogs, and a great buffet!

      A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick on Sep 21, 2013

      3 comments, 25 photos

      ... I was far too busy enjoying the many other options, like chorizo! Michael introduced me to "agua arroz", or rice water. Basically rice milk with cinnamon, cantaloupe, and ice. Not only is it very good for you when you're having issues with your stomach, it's also very thirst quenching. Before we left I went to the bathroom, which was very tiny. Not only was I a foot taller than the stalls, but there was no space between the seat and door! Oh oops, I mean the toilet with NO seat, ...

      Day 54 - 11 hours on a bus

      A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Aug 07, 2013

      ... beach, we got settled in and went for a walk to get a late night snack and cocktail. On the beach are all these restaurants/bars, you can eat in the main building or on nice sun beds with shade nets down on the beach by candle light. We got nachos and French fries and had a few margaritas while the waves crashed in on the moonlit beach, it was a pretty romantic way to end a long day of travel. We were both stoked to be at the beach, now the real holiday ...