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... of their way showing us the items on our list, allowing us to try and recommending other specialties. Yum! Lunch was amazing trying some local specialities including: Tacos al Pastor Árabes - marinated pork on flatbread Queso fundido con chorizo - a pot of melted cheese with chorizos on top served with flour tortillas. Frijoles charros - a spicy, meaty, bean soup. Cochinita Pibil - corn tortilla with pork from in a tomato based sauce. Laugh The girls found much ...
“Do you like sour cream?”
Little did I know that Peter was planning on combining them in a pasta sauce. So it came to pass that I enjoyed my first creamy tomato tuna and raw carrot rotini. It wasn’t bad. I topped off my tank with some corn chowder, helped with dishes, brushed my teeth, and headed to the tent. Temperatures were approaching freezing, so I was very ...
After this experience, we payed our bill and went out for another wonder in this town. We decided to take advantage of being in San Jose del Cabo, to go on an expedition to find good bars, as we wanted to have a night out. San Jose del Cabo its a really good place for clubbing, and this is why many young Americans go here for spring break. Because its an area with so much nightlife to offer. This is almost as awesome as Cancun, I think even more. During ...
... then deep fried), an enchilada, a small steak, grilled vegetables and rice. Very tasty, but too much food for me. Apparently not for Roger though, who ate his and then had my leftovers. We'll see how happy he is with that decision tomorrow.
Eva on Jan 11, 2011
So easy to get hooked on Mexican food. Take it easy Roger, or Anna will have you running the beach to wear it off!
I bumped into the crazy Spaniard (Edu) from Guadalajara. It was Bueno Verte (so good) to see him!! We went to the old train station together. They don't use trains in Mexico any more (only for the copper canyon) but they have turned the old station into a museum with 10 or so old trains there that you can go inside and climb on top of. It was good fun!
I went back and did my full ashtanga yoga practice which I don't think I have done since Mexico City! During ...