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... chocolate from scratch. Antigua had more English than other cities and both of us felt we could spend a lengthy period of time there. The annual "Day of the Dead" was fun to celebrate as we attended an elaborate kite festival. Transport was always an adventure in Guatemala, specifically the "chicken buses" and ...
... owned a ceviche restaurant downstairs from the apartment which happened to be #2 on trip advisor. We dined there regularly and watched the World Cup football a lot during the week.
We took an early morning tour to the Teotihuacan pyramids which is about 40 km out of the city. They were established around 100 BC and completed by 250 AD, at it's peak had a population estimated 125,000 people. We were there by 7am so we had the place to ourselves. ...
... sell beers by the bucket. 2 Corona’s are poured into a huge cup for 60 pesos. Much better than lite beer at and ACDC concert in Sydney!!
More Tips for travellers:
- Take the security cabs from the airport. You buy your ticket just outside the baggage claim after passing migration. Trip to the City Centre (Zocalo) costs 165 pesos ($13AUD);
... to help and they were very thankful. When we got back to the hotel we thought we would head up to the terrace in the hopes it would be open today, which luckily it was. We sat up there and enjoyed the view and had a couple of beers and even decided to try the 3 course meal for 45pesos (under $4) that they were serving, it was creamy vegetable soup, which was really really good, probably the best soup I've tasted after my mothers. Then it was spaghetti bolognese which was ok a ...
TACOS AL PASTOR
We stopped in Mexico City for a day on our way to Cabo San Lucas - Took the subway Downtown - walked around and found a place for a few local beers then it was time for something to eat and we found a place that served what looked lke a Greek Gyro - it was Pork on a kewer and they call it Tacos ...