Tag: VV Mexico

La Casa de Dante

La Casa de Dante

It would be an injustice not to devote an entire post to the amazing hostel in Guanajuato that held my weary head for two days and two nights. After a long drive for someone with nothing to think about, we finally found La Casa de […]

Museo de la Mumias

Museo de la Mumias

A must-see in Guanajuato is its mummies. Museo de la Mumias is sure to creep and fascinate. The very popular attraction had a huge line on our first visit and so our second attempt was timed to beat the rush on the morning of our […]

Stunning Guanajuato

Stunning Guanajuato

Guanajuato, which is right smack dab in the center of Mexico, is known for its beautiful bastillicas, brightly colored dwellings stacked into its surrounding mountains and its festive celebrating of Dia de los Muertos, the reason for our visit. One of Mexico’s oldest cities, it […]

To Guanajuato!

To Guanajuato!

We found a gem of an eatery in Guadalajara: Vegitariano Zanahoria. What a pleasant experience the old man with the salad tie gave us. Going out of his way to explain which dishes were free of dairy, I decided on the breakfast special: an enchilada […]

Guadalajara, Mexico

Guadalajara, Mexico

After fighting strong head winds south from Chicago’s O’Hare, I finally arrived in Guadalajara, Mexico, a modern city in Mexico’s center. The congested anomalous 6-laned highway into Guadalajara’s center was bustling with peppy 4-cyclindered cars, cab-heavy pick-ups and motorbikes. The smell of exhaust and industry […]

Hola México

Hola México

This morning I am bound for Mexico to celebrate Dia de los Muertos in Guanajuato with friends. Though, of course, I will be reporting on my vegan options south of the border, which will include large quantities of Mexcal and straight from the blue agave […]

VeganMoFo #10: El Pan de Muerto

VeganMoFo #10: El Pan de Muerto

I’ve long wanted to visit Mexico to celebrate Dia de los Muertos. And this year I am! I will be heading to Guadalajara and staying with friends before heading to Guanajuato to take part in the sacred festival of the departed. Though I am only […]