Discovered a new breakfast favorite in Puerto Vallarta. Yes it seems simple, but it has great potential for making it your own and experimenting with the sauce and different blends of peppers, onions and cheeses.
Museo de las Momias, Mexico This Guanajuato museum’s 111 remarkably preserved mummies were exhumed from the Santa Paula Pantheon between 1865 and 1989. Their facial expressions are especially scary—many seem to be shouting “No!”—and clenched fists protrude from the tattered clothes. It’s like the prop room for a zombie movie—only real. Truly Creepy: The tiny baby mummies, dressed in local tradition as “Little Angels.”
On my first visit to Mexico City, I was befriended by the Minister of Culture for the state of Jalisco (capital city: Guadalajara). He found me "studying" the paintings at the Zocalo and introduced himself. After a very educational afternoon, he invited me to his home for breakfast the next day. It was there that I ate Huevos Rancheros for the very first time! Huevos Rancheros