Fiesta Americana Guadalajara
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... I took, what I bought).
Took my stuff back to my room, and headed out to dinner.
Don't know why I didn't take any pics of the restaurant (now I don't even remember what it looked like). The entree is called Camarones al Guamuchil (Guamuchil being the name of the restaurant) - shrimp wrapped in bacon over rice, and ...
... selling local products. The theme seemed to be 'tourism isn't just for foreigners' to encourage Mexicans to come and visit Guadalajara too. It was hear that I tried a drink I'd never had before. The man selling it said it was Tuba - jugo de palma, so I think it was unfermented palm wine. He went on and on about how good for you it was cause there was no sugar in it but I think this was just a sales pitch to get me to buy it. He added crushed peanuts to ...
... as backing the piņata whacks. All the hundred or so quite well-behaved children really, cleaned up on the candy and then were quickly collected by doting parents. Surprised but pleased that no one poked an eye out, we retired to Senora Mora's (Rene's Mom) comida table to feast on pozole (stew) with ...
... to go see how the “delicious” liquid Tequila is made on a tour destined for the town called Tequila. We set out early with an English speaking guide and were taken on the road. However, before entering the town, we went past many farms that specifically grew the main ingredient of Tequila - known as Agave. Stopping into one specific farm we met an Agave farmer who was a dude, complete with cowboy boots and hat. What his role was, beside growning Agave, ...
... and it was another amazing puente weeking.
What a holiday, filled with hilarity as always with a great bunch of people! Big shout out to Beth, who I hadn't seen since October, for getting the ball rolling with this trip, and of course for being number 1 fan of my blog ;)
Mexico continues to deliver... endless beauty and I am falling in love with Mexico even more every day.
Lots of love, Fenton x