Journey Jotters

Bitten by the travel bug

One of the things I like to do while researching an upcoming trip is to look for UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the country we are visiting. Usually, such places are on the list for their cultural or natural importance. And Mexico, with its rich history, is full of many such. Especially states like Queretaro, …

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While in Mexico last spring, there were a few foods that we wished to try to round out our cultural experience. Mexican cuisine is well known for its various meat dishes, so it was a bit of a challenge to find vegetarian food. But we managed. Here are some Mexican dishes we tried and enjoyed …

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On our last full day in Mexico City, we planned to visit Teotihuacan in the morning and do the food tour in the afternoon. After reading several blogs, I understood that a half-day was sufficient to visit the city. Our food tour was to start at 130 pm.

Guanajuato was the last stop on our week long tour of Mexico. After leaving San Miguel de Allende, Uriel drove us to Guanajuato. Our first stop was at the Museo de las Momias which I have described in this post.