On this Mexican Food trip, we started in Tulum, Mexico! Stay tuned for the full video series.
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Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico:
My wife Ying and I, and our baby Micah, traveled to Mexico with my friend Carlos and his family. I met Carlos many years ago in University in Phoenix, Arizona, and he’s originally from Sonora, in Northern Mexico. Throughout University, Carlos and I would eat Mexican food non-stop, and we dreamed of traveling in Mexico to experience more. Finally we made this trip happen!
We actually flew into Cancun, and then immediately drove down to Playa Del Carmen where we based ourselves. On our first day we decided to take a day trip to Tulum, a small town on the Riviera Maya coast, and one of the official historical port cities of the Maya.
Taquería Honorio – First things first, we started off with some breakfast tacos at a well known Mexican street food spot in Tulum. I had a mix of four different types of tacos, all of which were extraordinary, but probably the best was the lechon, the roast suckling pig. This is a must eat tacos restaurant when you’re in Tulum.
Price for my plate – 64 MXN ($3.45)
Ruins of Tulum – 70 MXN ($3.77) – One of the main attractions in Tulum are the ancient Mayan ruins. It’s a beautiful place, and what makes it so incredible are not only the ruins, but the fact that they are right up along the gorgeous turquoise Caribbean coast. It was great to walk around, even though it was packed with visitors.
Playa Paraiso – Next we drove over to Playa Paraiso, just down the beach from the Ruins of Tulum, which crystal sparkling water.
Chamico’s – By lunchtime we were all very hungry, so we drove over to a place called Chamico’s a spot I had searched out on Google maps. Just from the photos it looked like a place I needed to go, from the relaxing atmosphere to the amazing fresh seafood. It was just as good as I had imagined. The restaurant was right along the beach, breezy, and the Mexican food was amazing. We had a few plates of ceviche, fried fish, and a shrimp cocktail.
Total price (for 4) – 1,180 MXN ($63.53)
Tulum, Mexico, is a true beach paradise, and it’s an amazing place to visit in Mexico. Thank you for watching!
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Food in Mexico has been unbelievable! From authentic home cooked Oaxacan "mole negro", to the most tacos I've ever eaten in a single day, EVER… If you're not already, click "Subscribe" now and click the "Bell" icon to turn on notifications – tons more insanely delicious Mexican food coming your way!
Too much "habanero salsa" at 8am lol
Nice! Is the Mexican guy a guide or a youtuber?
Dude amazing food
Could you open your mouth wider
Why these people don't LIKE wearing gloves, if you touching the food so much
Great video! Thanks Mark!
no gloves while serving those foods ??♀️
Jesus i love tacos cant wait to go Mexico live on them sick potatos in Ireland lol
Aww hi Micah. Enjoy yourself sweety
You make everything look so good! Can't wait until I go to Playa del Carmen!
I don't know, but you are so blessed. All of these subscribers and viewers. I believe I know why. Just stay humble and happy human that you are. I love your videos and the fact you share your experience. I just subscribed to your channel. I am looking forward to your future videos.
Those tacos look sooooooooooooo good!
Aww ?little mika just joyful with mommy and daddy such beautiful family?
Hi from Houston TX, missing my home country!?
I need his happy pills. He must be the happiest dude on earth.
Habanero Chile’s are orange that probably is a Serrano
your an awesome dude bro. I love your channel.
lol. every time you bite the food on all your videos, you get like this big happy smile. that's how I know the good is delicious
This ain’t no Taco Bell this is the real Mexican tacos I love my country’s cuisine Viva Mexico ??
este señor es todo un crack tragando chile!….ya me imagino cuando caga…ha de sacar Big Balls of Fire!…porque traga chiles de esos que son Arrancamosaicos! (los mosaicos del Baño) ya me lo imagino a los gritos ha de estar cuando sale todo eso que se traga! JAJAJAJAJA
You make the dumbest face ever ??
Workers should use plastic gloves to prevent from contagious germs!
My husband and I go here every year and yes Taquería Honorio is wonderful. The best part in this part of Mexico is the people. They have so little but share what they have. Thank you for sharing in your journeys with us!
I will be there in a couple of months and I thank you for showing me where to get real Mexican food. Staying at resorts along Cancun is all tourist driven food. So it is thankful to see real Mexican.
Mark I like your style. Im glad you don't seem to get fat? Lord bless you and yours brother. Much respect.
Go to Jalisco, Michoacán, TJ, ensenada y santa cecilia in Mexico ?? amazing food !! Go back to Mexico and explore more!!
yummy when i see i feel i have to Taste water on mouth buddy yummy cool
Went to Honorios tacos on my last trip to Tulum, and I have to say that the best was the 'torta de lechón' (sandwich) the bred is absolutely amazing and the baby pork is the best in the world… I know , baby pork … so sad
Los empleados no usan guantes para servir wacala
La mejor comida del mundo solo en mexico ……????
I vicariously live thru you Mark. You inspire me to try new foods. Love your enthusiasm!
Awesome job Mark. LIKE if you saw a fly landing on the ceviche chamicos 15:29
thank you Mark for this video my mouth is watering im going to Mexico in July
Men isla del Carmen Quintana Roo
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