Quinta Maria Cortez
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... really good reason! Our most memorable local meal of the honeymoon was at a little marina side hole in the wall restaurant that was part bar/part restaurant and totally authentic. You know how I know? They served Mexican margaritas and not American margaritas. We enjoyed the most delicious fajitas of chicken, beef, and fresh seafood and fresh grilled local veggies. We were also served the most delicious homemade flour tortillas which ruined me for life to all store ...
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... the beach, Sea Monkey, so I went there for a few Pacifico's for a dollar each. That night Guillermo drove a bunch of us downtown to a cool three-storied bar called La Ingrata. His brother Alex joined us, along with two guys from my dorm, Pablo ...
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... better to do!), flogging this stuff to any who will buy; and there are those that do-and nobody goes down with the screaming trotts, unbelievable. My stomach turns with the very idea of looking at the stuff let alone risking eating it. But the locals seem to love them; maybe its my guts that need toughening up...nah! my guts have managed to avoid the Mexican Mambo so far. I'll think i'll stick to the ...