La Casa de la Tia

5 de Mayo No. 108, Oaxaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 68000, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Oaxaca

Los Niños de México

A travel blog entry by marconelli


... is a celebration of the Virgen de Guadalupe, who allegedly appeared on that day to one Juan Diego. Parents dress their children up like Indian princesses or like Juan Diego and take them to the Llano and photograph them on burros (real or fake). It's a great day for kiddy-watching. At the end of the photo display below (after the set from Chamula) are a bunch that I took at the most recent celebration of the Virgin. The kids are just too cute to resist.

Viva Mexico!

A travel blog entry by jmess90

... incredible. No pews or anything, just grass on the marble floor and just hundreds upon hundreds of candles. That night i headed to Oaxaca with Alice and Owen, on the over night bus.

Oaxaca has a lot to offer. Again we explored the town and hundreds of markets they have to offer. Booked onto a tour where we visited the widest tree in the world, the famous weaving village with AMAZING rugs, the water springs high in the mountains with the ...


A travel blog entry by tomrichards


... night, which would take 14 hours.

Oaxaca's pretty touristy, but for a good reason. I had great food there as well as good nights out with a mix of backpackers and locals. Just a shame it ended the way it did. On to the next stop. . .


Christmas in Oaxaca

A travel blog entry by dna_adventures


... got the gist! Lovely sunny day, we stocked up on beer on the way back. We spent over an hour calling home to wish everyone a merry Christmas. Most of the day was then spent in the kitchen. The oven would not go very high so it took over 3 hours to cook two chicken breasts, it was just like roasting a turkey! We had yummy garlic bread for starters and enjoyed chicken, carrot, broccoli, potato, and stuffing was definitely the best part! Unfortunately there was ...

Oaxaca, That´s Clever Enough

A travel blog entry by findscore


... talking with locals and foreigners alike, sampling local dishes, and checking out art galleries...trend: Natalie and Marsha like things that are free. We have also been enjoying the live music in the plaza, and the bumping stereos blaring out of storefronts, I mean, nothing makes me want to buy a pair of shoes more than Reggaeton.

Again, people have been very nice and helpful here, and there is a lot of Oaxacan pride: ...

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