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Copalita Museum

Eco-Archeological Park of Copalita

  Huatulco has the distinction of being home to the only archeological site open to the public on the entire Pacific coast of Mexico. Although it is impossible to determine who originally developed this 3000-year-old-complex, we know that over the centuries it became home to many different people, including Mixtecs and Zapotecs. For some reason […]

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Casting Your Deep Sea Fishing Line Above a Volcano

  Word has it that the folks who fish the waters off Puerto Ángel really know how to find fish—tuna, red snapper, bonito, saltfish, and shark, along with lobsters, octopus, and conch. The fishermen go offshore, out to open ocean, over a shallow area with a well developed, multi-layered coral reef. Hmm. How did a […]

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Church Oaxaca City

24 Hours in Oaxaca City

The city of Oaxaca is rich in museums designed with architectural brilliance, craft shops featuring the best that state artisans have to offer, colorful marketplaces, colonial churches, arguably the finest cuisine in all Mexico, and world renowned archaeological sites only minutes away. Yet some travelers only want to visit for a couple of days within […]

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Traveling with Children in Mexico

Many view travel with children like running out of gas at a busy intersection.   Frustrating, irritating, embarrassing, and you have no one to blame but yourself.   Why bother, they say, believing that travel with children is a prolonged duration of tears, bathroom breaks and meltdowns. Travel with children they contend, will never be […]

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Playa La Entrega

Playa La Entrega lies toward the outer edge of bahia Santa Cruz, Huatulco. During the sixteenth century the bays of Huatulco were the main seaport for the Spanish Viceroy. In 1831, former President, and Mexican hero, Vicente Guerrero, fell victim to treacherous betrayal on Playa La Entrega initiating it’s name, which means  ‘deliverance’. In 1849, Benito […]

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