Vitamin T: Torta Hunt

The gloomy and rainy Sunday this weekend was brightened by the new discoveries. Following the Travesias Magazine we made our way to Colima 256, a lovely Roma Norte mansion hosting a “straight from the garden to your table” restaurant Huset, Poni Ministore, Yoga Center, “Pretty Bitches” Beauty Saloon, and finally, Homie Cafe. A great place for bookworms ,…

Oaxaca: Foodies

    Oaxacan cuisine is one of the most famous and recognized nationally. In Mexico City, there are countless Oaxacan restaurants and pop-up stands which just turn on the appetite for an OAX gastro trip.  My first time trying Oaxacan cuisine was in Las Tlayudas , where all the traditional goodies are served such as guacamole with…

Guadalajara, Jalisco

After getting the car all fixed and having arranged another co-pilot we decided to hit the road again but this time heading to one of the biggest cities in mexico –Guadalajara. I have heard so many good things about GDL before: that the people are beautiful, that the city is boasting in designy and cool…

Puebleando@ Huamantla, Tlaxcala

Huamantla is one of the 83 Mexican  “magical towns”, a term and an initiative created by the Secretary of Tourism in 2001 to both boost the tourism and acknowledge the cultural heritage of each of the towns. Huamantla itself seemed pretty random, another little square, cathedral, market.   What seemed to be the biggest “attraction” was…

Puebleando@ Puebla+Cholula

As much as I love living in Mexico City, it´s always good to get away for a few days and catch a breath somewhere less contaminated. Especially when the pollution reaches the highest levels in over 10 years like this week.   More here & here On a brighter note, the spring has arrived to the City. Well,…

Veggie in Mexico/ Wegetarianka w Meksyku

“Domi so what are you gonna eat in Mexico?” “Isn´t it just like meat all the time?” “What do you mean, meatless burritos?” I was wondering myself as well! If being vegetarian/vegan was still not so common in Spain, how am I going to survive in Mexico? I though rice and beans. And avocado, loads…