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Puebla – A culninary delight

Tacos de aribitos, tacos de arabe, gortes jarocha, cemitas, gorditos de flor de calbaza y chicharones, carnitas, enchiladas de mole poblano, a sweet potato like banana with condensed milk, fresh juices (orange, mango, jackfruit, pineapple,…) are just some of the … Continue reading

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Goodbye to Huasteca …for now

After a rough afternoon yesterday when my Spanish failed me at every corner and my indecisiveness had me changing plans throughout the day casuing me to circle back about 250 miles, only to end up staying in Aquismon (8 km … Continue reading

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Entrada de Sotano de los Golondrinas…

Now it was time to head to the Sotano de los Golondrinas. The place is a sink hole/cave/hole in the ground 376 meters deep until the first step and another 200+ meters below that but requires more technical spelunking/repelling/caving to … Continue reading

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Puebla, Puebla

In Puebla, we met up with Hiram, a great guy I had chatted with on couchsurfing.org, and he took us to his family restaurant and gave us all kinds of incite on the local foods. We’re on a bit of … Continue reading

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Ciudad Tequila

The town of Tequila is cute and friendly but definitely a tourist town. As soon as we got into town guides were asking us if we wanted to take a factory tequila tour, or a tour of the town, or … Continue reading

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Ruta de Tequila part dos

We didn’t make it to Tequila before dark and spent the night in a motel just outside of Ezatlan. We were only half an hour from Tequila but the idea of pulling into a city at night and having to … Continue reading

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Ruta de Tequila part uno

We left Puerta Vallarta and headed towards Tequila, Jalisco. The ride started off with us getting a bit lost, riding through some cool small towns and finding that we had to either head back to PV or take some dirt … Continue reading

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Mercado Del Mar

While staying with our great surfing family in La Cruz, we got to surf, paddleboard and enjoy some fun and needed beach days. They’ve got the lifestyle down, and know the right balance or work and play better than anyone … Continue reading

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The review from the Lonely Planet sounded very intriguing. An island village that hasn’t changed in 500 years and has barely been touched by tourism… And a village that’s most famous for drying shrimp throughout the whole city that’s beautiful … Continue reading

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Teacapan

We back on the coast and back in Sinaloa. We were briefly in Nayarit but heard about this road that took us through the mango plantations and coconut groves just south of Mazatlan so we decided to check it out. … Continue reading

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