Two days in Guadalajara

When you think of Mexico – the culture, the food, and the music – what you’re thinking of is Jalisco, and more specifically Guadalajara. It is the birthplace of Mariachi, Tequila, and the classic wide-brimmed Sombrero.  It is Mexico’s second largest city and home to some of the best food in the country. Guadalajara – and the whole State of Jalisco – is an exporter of culture. It is an awesome place to visit.

“Episode Four” of our series of travel videos has finally arrived! This was destination number one our 2-month trip through Mexico and South America. it all began in Guadalajara. We only had a few days to explore the city, with just one full day set aside for ‘classic’ sightseeing. We definitely made the best of it, enjoying some of the best food and sights that the city has to offer. We spent most of our time wandering through the historic center of the city. And eating. Did we mention the food yet?

DSC_8521This video is only a snapshot of what Guadalajara has to offer. A city as large and diverse as this cannot be seen in only two days. But we did the best we could.

This was actually the first video we made on our travels, so we were still learning the type of shots we wanted to take and trying not to be so camera shy. We’re happy with what we were able to come up with… we just hope you like watching videos of us eating tacos. It’s a tough job, but someone has got to do it.

Without further delay, we hope you enjoy our adventures. Please don’t forget to thumbs up, comment or share our video with your friends.


Two days in Guadalajara:

During our short visit to Guadalajara, we did what any smart traveler would do; seek out the best food the city has to offer. Guadalajara is a cultural center of Mexico, exporting some of the best food and music that is known outside of Mexico. Home of Tequilla and the birthplace of Mariachi, Guadalajara is a good place to spend a few days wandering around. 

 

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s