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... s called – Flat crispy bread with tomatoes, coriander, humus and Mexican white cheese on top
Tortas - Toasted sandwich with filling of your choice LOTS of salad and avocado and LOTS of melted Oxaca cheese in it
Churros – Mexican version of doughnuts – just long skinny sticks instead of round
International McDonalds Meal: McBurrito – OF COURSE!
... watching the guys cooks the tasty tacos just in front if us which was the perfect way to finish our Mexican trip! We left really amazed by this country that Gab was discovering for the first time. I was extremely impressed how Mexico City has evolved since my first visit in 2002. Back then I really couldn't do anything spontaneously with my friend Celine, we always had to plan ahead, call a cab and the family we were staying with, would not let us walk for security reasons. While ...
... a large basket full of homemade sandwiches, chips, cookies, and drinks boarded the bus. He balanced this load while walking down a narrow aisle on a bus climbing a windy, mountain road, taking money and making change as he went. At the next town, the bus slowed to a crawl, but did not stop, and the sandwich man, still carrying his basket, jumped off.
The mountains were beautiful, and reminded me of movies I’d seen of jungle mountains in Costa Rica or ...
I have a few things to let you know about since I have been in Mexico City but most can wait.
Just felt the need to write briefly about the earthquake that rippled through the region. According to the news it was 6.8 on the richter scale. Now that does not mean alot to me other than you would have to be exceedingly drunk to not notice it. Julie and I were sat in a cafe having a late dinner when I sensed a slight disorientation; it was almost like ...
Tecolutla is a isolated beach town located 190 km north of the city of Veracruz along the Gulf of Mexico.
It is located close by Papantla and Poza Rica, cities placed near interchanges of highways that link to Tampico to the north.
Here, you can relax - almost no vehicle traffic, lots of good restaurants, even eat at "Bigotes' Tacos" - in front of the Plaza!!
The most important and growing economic activity here is tourism. The
primary reason ...