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... but is staffed mainly with meat, a little bit of vegetables and plenty of chese. They are baked on a wok pan and the dough is a bit crispy. In this market street you got tacos, empanadas, tostadas, tlayudas, quesadillas and in another street the next day you got only soups with innards and meat from the beef’s head. The next day you didn’t find the same food in the same street and had to start finding them again or just try new great food. Well the ...
... to Villa de Zaachila, and is in the Centro District in the Valles Centrales region.
Cuilapan, originally called Sahayuca, has been a permanent settlement since at least 500 BCE. It developed into a city state but was absorbed by Monte Alban until between 600 and 900 CE. After this, Cuilapan returned to being an independent city-state, equal to a number of ...
... at least it wasn't raining. I was more impressed with the view from Hierve el Agua but that's not to say it wasn't nice to see the mountains up close. Hinesh thought the view point was nice and it was nice to sit down and eat. But he thought that it was only a teaser of how spectacular the view would have been without the clouds. We sit and enjoy the view as Eric passes out snacks of organic cookies and allegria (a delicious concoction of chocolate with seeds that looked like ...
Second, kids appear to want to spend time with their families including their parents. From the time kids are born they are bundled up and cuddled by their mothers, and physically held by everyone in the family all day long. On week-ends and even on workdays it is commonplace to see dads carrying babies or toddlers around, snuggling, kissing, laughing, playing with them, or knocking around a soccer ball or playing other games with ...
... with people selling there goods from little stores they erect and take down every morning and night. Typical Mexican Zocalo has a cathedral & government building and then a big square with trees/seats etc. We then visited a number of different places not on the general tourist attraction list. From street art, to a neighborhood organic market, a small art gallery based around street art and the Zapatista movement, and art school set up by a ...