I originally posted this foto back in 2007 on this blog but hadn't thought about it lately until people started using it on Facebook ..... the latest being Canal 10. In 2007 I lived in Melaque so was on the beach a lot more than now. I also had a good Sony camera then. ................ Just realized I've been using it on Facebook as my background ;)
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Wednesday, May 06, 2015
Hamburguesas a la parrilla y el Tradicional Choripán Argentino
Hamburgers from the grill and Chorizo Sandwich
New place on Alvaro Obregon near El Pollo Ferreteria
Hours are like 6 to 12PM
Monday, May 04, 2015
A very nice restaurant didn't make it like many others but the architecture and ambiance are nice. Looks like someone decided to make use of the space. From the sign Ayutla almost looks like a chain but I'm not familiar with them. The menu below looks like only breakfast (desayuno) but the "horno de chivo, res y puerco" looks like other meals too.
Located at the Jaluco - Barra intersection
Monday, April 27, 2015
A Sunday at Tito's Place for a change. After getting tired of frozen French Fries and a tasteless Brocheta that wasn't a Brocheta at Sirenitas .... why not try some place else. I see Tito around town a lot and we remember each other from the days of first Bigotes. I've just not been over to his new restaurant open since about December.
He hasn't painted the front yet and the last two restaurant names are still there, Los Pelicanos and Concha del Mar. I'm sure he's waiting to see how the business goes before putting a bunch of money into it. I really hope he's able to stay open because he has a great welcoming personality and has fresh cut French Fries. No Brocheta on the menu but Sirenita shouldn't have one. Shrimp dishes are 100 pesos, has reasonable breakfasts and beers are 18. Good luck Tito!
Tito's on the beach in West Melaque
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Melaque west end beach as busy as I've ever seen
We mostly stayed away the middle weekend
The "Free" trailer park
All RV's are gone and totally full of tent campers