Hotel Ferri

Las Casas No 405 , Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

Food tour of the market

A travel blog entry by bruceontour


... and hot (chilli spicy hot) grasshopper
- quesillo: local stringy cheese
- mole / rojo: a rich sauce made of ground chilies and a number of other ingredients
- finally seeing how the local chocolate was made.


Cooking class: Chiles Rellenos

A travel blog entry by marconelli


... cheese such as queso de Oaxaca, quesillo, or queso de Etla

To Prep Cheese

The night before, place cheese in a colander and drain. It must be dry! Queso de Etla is perfect.

To Cook Chiles

Follow the instructions for preparing, filling, and cooking chiles in the recipe for ...

Oaxaca - Monte Albon and lunch in a village house

A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra


Thursday 12September 2013 Off and out by 8 again but actually it is a great idea cos we beat he crowds. Monte Albon is a stunning ruin of the Zapotec who existed and traded with the Teotihuacan people and both civilizations collapsed at the same time in 700AD having started building in 200BC. The remains have a similar layout and a great ball court like we saw at the Anthropology museum. We came back to re-visit the plaza and handcraft market we had discovered yesterday. ...

Winding down

A travel blog entry by srbruner


... Latuvi.

The economy in Latuvi, population 600, is driven by subsistence agriculture. Coffee and fruit trees make up a large part of the local landscape. I’m not talking about fruit that eventually makes its way up to the States. These organic fruits – peaches, pears, apples, oranges … - are small and blemished, but taste great. They are sold and consumed locally. After reaching our cabin and ...

Saddle up your donkeys

A travel blog entry by nico0064


... matching straw hats, massive cameras hanging around their necks and Oaxaca t-shirts- everyone knows the sort of people I'm talking about. When we arrived we got into the museum and discovered every thing was in Spanish, great! We definitely were paying for an english tour guide so we decided we would spend the day there looking around and maybe try and tag along with a tour group or just google it later. It was pretty interesting and very impressive. Every time we ...

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