I have decided it to be time to move my site to hosting of my own. WordPress.com has provided such a fantastic service it wasn’t an easy decision but I needed a little more flexability than they could provide.
My new URL is:
I hope you all come and check it out. There is more features including a photo of the day that will be submitted by users, so if your a budding photographer or even a hobbyist and want people to view and critic your work you can feature you shot in my site.
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Out front of Al Trompito stands Miguel wielding his blade at the rotating meat that makes my mouth water just thinking about it.
Al Trompito is located at Londres #199 in the Zona Rosa of Mexico City. The restaurant is very basic, however when the clock hits 4pm there is rarely a vacant seat in the house.
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Tags: Beer, Cerveza, eating, food, Mexico, restaurant, tacos, tips, travel
Cholula is a city in the state of Puebla, located about 15km from the previously mentioned Puebla City.
Cholula was an impotent pre columbian city going back as far as the 2nd century BC.
The most famous feature in Cholula is the Great Pyramid of Cholola which by volume is the largest pyramid in the world.
Construction of the pyramid complex begun in the 3rd Century BC and last until the 9th century AD. It was constructed in 4 stages built over what was already there.
As well as being the largest pyramid in the world it is also the largest man made monument. The Great Pyramid of Giza, Eygpt, is taller, but by volume it is a great deal smaller. The pyramid of Cholula has an estimated volume of 4.5 million m3 where as the Pyramid of Giza weighs in at around 2.5 million m3.
Underneath the pyramid archaeologists have uncovered almost 8km of tunnels which you are free to explore.
Atop the pyramid is the “Church of our lady Remedies” that was built by the the Spanish in colonial time about 1594.
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I was given this camera as a gift and it quickly became my prized possession.
Shooting with the D60 is a great experience, its ease of use combined with the quality attainable makes this camera a perfect entry level DSLR.
It boasts multiple shooting modes with various output qualities, I prefer to shoot in RAW + JPEG and find the quality and light information on the RAW images to be great.
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Alcohol %: 5.3%
Negro Modelo is another Mexican beer brewed by Grupo Modelo . As the name would suggest it is a dark beer or as expressed in Mexico “Oscura”
This beer has much more body than the “Clara” lagers of Mexico and finishes with a medium to strong malt aftertaste.
The bottle itself summons a sense of grandeur, it is a stubbier bottle than most and is tinted dark with a golden foil sealing the opening.
I would suggest this beer to even the most picky of connoisseurs as its body carries well and finishes strong leaving you wanting for more.
My rating 4.5/5
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Tags: Beer, Cerveza, Mexico, restaurant, tips