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Valladolid, Yucatan, Mexico.

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Uploaded on Feb 16, 2011

Valladolid, Yucatan, Mexico. New video. February 2011. At the heart of the Yucatan Peninsula, this Colonial city is famous for its architecture and its very rich gastronomy full of different flavours and ingredients. Although for many it is only one more step in the route, since it connects Mérida with the Riviera Maya, the truth is that visiting this city is an experience that combines very well the Maya spirit of the peninsula with the Colonial legacy of the architecture. In addition, there are at least a dozen cenotes (sink holes formed in lime rock) that are worth exploring.

Cuisine: Let us start from the beginning. Cochinita pibil, papadzules and black relleno are the traditional starting points for Valladolid's gastronomy. They are accompanied by lime soup, queso relleno and turkey mechado. The famous lomitos and poc chuc here -- another configuration of Yucatec pork -- complete the route. Let's make a pause: Yucatec cuisine is so vast and particular that one volume would not be enough to cover it all. In this city, you will find the perfect occasion to explore it at length, or die from pleasure when trying.

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