Jardin Del Sol Tepoztlan
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... and nothing looks familiar. This is where Mexicans are great.. Everyone at the stand chipped in to help us out. The consensus was a filled made of colorines, a cooked red flower from a local Teopantl tree. So we had one with colorines, one with mushrooms and another with pork. All were delicious. We were precautioned about the very hot salsas and a suggestion to try the sesame seed salsa was a great one. So tasty!
We went outside of the market and had a ...
... legs and ants eggs (which Mary actually ate). This was an unreal experience and some of the best food we've had and such great company. The following night Alec invited us to his Mexico farewell party which was loads of fun...even though the majority of the conversation were lost in translation!
Secondly, Mary's Uncle Andrew put us onto a VERY distance cousin, whom we've since found out that he hasn't seen ...
... the Lucha Libre , Tom and James have really been looking forward to it. We went with a man and 2 Japanese women , apparently it is very popular in Japan. ( no surprise there ) They knew the names of the wrestlers and were even wearing the t-shirts. We had front row seats and the boys loved it, I don’t really get it myself although it was a fun evening- bit like going to a slapstick Benny Hill kind of comedy. Tom sat next to the man who was a regular and ...
... range of tasty looking dishes. Unfortunately for us, Andy had forgotten our phrase book, which contained translations for all the different types of food on the menu. We flirted with the idea of picking something at random, before chickening out and ordering some quesadillas.
The next morning we were up and out of the guesthouse bright and early. The weather was cold and overcast, and we had a few funny looks from the locals as we wandered around in ...
... you need to make a marriage work: Love, love, and more love: take care of those and the rest will take care of itself.”
There were not many dry eyes in that particular house! What a privilege to have been part of it.
We have now left the big city and are chilling (not literally I can assure you) in hot and sultry Baja California. It is a world away from the sophistication of DF, but I think we’ll get used to it. Eventually ...