Hotel ITER Internacional Aeropuerto Terminal 2
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... and much more. That was before we even got to the dry goods. This Saturday market is fantastic, and excellent value. Back here, we ate some fried huitlacoche and mushrooms in tortillas. Huitlacoche is know in English as 'corn smuts'. We prefer the Spanish name! It is a fungus that grows on maize. After lunch, we (Martin, Ben and Korina) took a trip on the bus (upon which it was standing room only) and then the underground (which was also very ...
... by causeways, but the lake has since been filled in. Apparently it is slowly sinking into an underground lake. With 23 million people, I am not surprised!
From there onto Chapultepec gardens,a massive green space in the city with a lake for boating and numerous stalls selling food, clothing, trinkets etc. We tried some fried grasshoppers and it was quite tasty! We have seen these often since, and the local eat them like we eat chirps. The gardens also ...
... I feel like a part of their family and I only just met them. Vanessa had decorated the door to my room and I was simply overwhelmed by the kindness. After I settled in a bit her mom made us lunch--a kind of vegetable soup (that was delicious) and tortillas which we filled with a kind of boiled cactus (it had cilantro in it, but guys, be proud of me: I ate it all and it was actually not noticeable! Maybe I'm learning to love cilantro!!!) Oh, and avocados. Fresh and ...
... Get there early otherwise you will be in one of the longest queues I have ever seen spiralling down the pyramid and around its base.. get the metro to Autobuses Del Norte station and then a 1 hour bus for 85 pesos… Beats paying the hostel $57 for their tour!
Bars – don’t miss La Condessa. Awesome bohemian area with heaps of cool bars.
Lucha Libre – You must go to the wrestling. The crowd takes it seriously and is a load of ...
... fresh fruit and chilaquiles which was corn chips covered in salsa cheese onion very spicy. I was tied and excited at the same time and we decided to go to a small village tepotzoptan fantastic local market selling all great kinds of food sweets etc. Local singers etc. I had tequila delivered ice cream and also a drink called micheladas it's basically beer with chilli around the edges wow the taste not the best however when in Mexico. I was surprised that the locals didn't ...