Unbelievable Mexican Food – FIRE GRILLED MEAT + Cenote and Chichen Itza in Yucatán, Mexico!

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We started off in the morning in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, and the plan was to drive all the way to Merida, the capital of Yucatan state. But on the way, we’d stop off to eat some amazing Mexican food, and also visit some attractions in Yucatan like a cenote and Chichen Itza. It turned out to be one of the most amazing days of my Mexico trip – here’s everything we did and ate.

Tacos De Cecina Estilo Yecaixtla – Before leaving Playa Del Carmen, we desperately needed some taco nourishment, and so we stopped at Tacos De Cecina Estilo Yecaixtla, a street food stall that’s known for their beef tacos. I tried a few of their tacos, all of which were outstanding, and overflowing with meat!
Price – 74 MXN ($3.97) for my plate

Cenote X’canché – We drove towards Valladolid, and not too far from there is a cenote known as Cenote X’canché. The hard thing about Yucatan and visiting a cenote is that there are so many to choose from, but since we had a car, I wanted to go to one that was a little more off the beaten path and quiet. It proved to be an amazing experience, so quiet and peaceful.
Entrance – 50 MXN ($2.69), Bicycle ride – 100 MXN ($5.37) per person

La Tía de Kaua – There’s a Mexican food Yucatan dish known as poc chuc, that’s one of the ultimate dishes from the region – usually made of pork marinated and grilled or cooked over a hot fire griddle. In the sleepy town of Kaua, we stopped at La Tía de Kaua for some incredible poc chuc and freshly ground habanero tomato salsa. It was such an insanely delicious meal.
Total price – 300 MXN ($16.11) for 4 adults

Chichén Itzá – Finally, to wrap of the day of Mexican food and attractions in Yucatan, we drove to Chichen Itza. It’s one of the most visited attractions in Mexico and it’s an amazing sight to see. We arrived in the late afternoon, and luckily it wasn’t too busy.
Entrance price – 242 MXN ($13) per person

Mérida – Finally we arrived to Merida at night. Stay tuned for the next Merida street food tour!

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