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It’s Megan’s 1st time in Mexico. We make her try tequila, mazapan, and elote, among other crazy things.
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For my sister’s first time in Mexico, we decided to take her to Tlaquepaque. While in this fun city, we show her a few firsts, including chile relleno, agua fresca, elote/esquite, shots of tequila, and De La Rosa Mazapan candy.

If you’re looking for things to do in Guadalajara, Mexico, this is a great place to go. It’s only about a 30-minute drive from the center of Guadalajara as well. We thought there would be no better place to go than in this city because there is the best food in Tlaquepaque, Mexico.

The most desirable, “el centro” part of Tlaquepaque is not very large and you can easily explore most of it in a day. While living in Guadalajara Mexico we plan to come back here often for what we believe is the best elote in Mexico. Make sure to go on an empty stomach, or you might not have room for all the delicious food available in Tlaquepaque, Jalisco.

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21 Comments

  1. awesome vid guys, as always…….one thing though…..may the vids be more than 15 min long.???? I just love you're vids and 15 min. ……sad…. meaning THAT YOU GUYS ROCK……!!!!!!!

  2. I don’t know what I’m doin here in the US I’m moving to Mexico after seeing all of this , Cheap fresh delicious food , and it’s always Lit

  3. Nice video! For the record, the pronunciations with a rolled r. When words begin with r, you roll that r into the next syllable.☺️

  4. In the evening, there is a stand selling salshipulpos which is fried sausages with fries. You should try them next time you're in Tlaquepaque, they're really tasty and cheap

  5. Mexico has been good for you. Every day you look happier. If you get a chance visit Panteon De Belen, cheers guys!!

  6. Jordan was right when pointing out when Maddie got the pronunciation correct. Most of the time you guys were pronouncing it Ray-posado, Reh-posado. And yes, roll that r

  7. I just found your channel. Very cool. I've been in Ajijic for about 6 years. Let me know if you come down this way sometime. I'd love to meet you both!

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