This is my style of Blogging, where you will find Road Trips, Campervanning, Cooking, Music, Tradition, Travelling off the beaten track - though my eyes. So it’s clear I have a passion for travel and a love for exotic food. Taking photos, leaving foot prints, stealing kisses & giving hugs.......
The 'Voladores de Papantla' are Totonac Indians, and the voladores rite is a traditional act of worship. now most often performed as entertainment for tourists. The voladores climb to the top of a tall pole, wind ropes around the pole, and then leap off into the air. As the ropes unwind, they descend slowly to the ground. The caporal plays a drum and flute and invokes an ancient spiritual offering in the form of a spectacular dance.
Food Seafood Chiles Rellenos a la Veracruzana Large jalapeño peppers stuffed with crabmeat seasoned with onion, tomatoes, olive oil, lime juice, salt and pepper Great restaurants along the seafront and around. ALCOHOLIC DRINK Try Torito Rum and coconut or with guanabana
Mexican street food is some of the most delicious food in the world. Mexico's version of fast food that is found in Villages, Towns & City's.
No matter where I've been in the world, street food has given me the opportunity to see food being cooked and to try what I like the look of. I always make a point of stopping at random food stalls and markets in any city or village I'm in. This is where the locals are and where the everyday people gather. Picardes Veracruz:
For breakfast. Picardes: Tortillas with hot sauce, cheese, onion and beans.