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... this region. Nopales is a green vegetable mixed with chili. Both were delicious. You can then fill your Gorditas with green or red chili from the table condiments. I had both... really enjoying this chili loving country! The Gorditas were washed down with my first Chalada, which is one of the most common drinks in Mexico, which you see being sold on every street corner. A Chalada is local beer, mixed with lime juice, Tabasco, ...
... courtyard through the middle of the house. Single rooms wall the courtyard, one of which is mine. The rooms are simple, clean and traditional. The family's home is above the courtyard, which you can enter via a huge spiral staircase. I offically meet my Mexican Mama Conchita and my Mexican Papa Adan, who are warm and welcoming, with huge smiles!
I have my first traditional Mexican breakfast with the family. Adan cooks in the ...
A pretty city with good art, we amble for a day or so (finally deciding not to continue to the siera gorda and more sights in the north) and find a local church which serves great local food on benches in its basement. Another culinary highlight is Gaspacho - an incredible fruit salad with vinegar, onion, chilli and ...
... 8211; a little exciting. Off to Mexico City, albeit for a 20 hour stopover
Staying in the Condesa district in Mexico City at the Red Tree House Inn. Great place to stay with tree lined streets. Heaps of nice restaurants and bars. Unfortunately Jen's upset tummy turned into a severe bug overnight. I picked up some pills at 7.00 this morning and she is currently sleeping. Going to see if she is up to getting on a plane in 3 ...
We spent the afternoon exploring Queretaro. Queretaro is a beautiful city. In 1996, the centre was declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO. According to UNESCO's website, the "colonial town of Queretaro is unusual in having retained the geometric street plan of Spanish conquerors side by side with the twisting alleys of the Indian quarters. The otomi, the Tarasco, the Chichimeca and the ...
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