Want to know where to eat? Just look where the locals are lined up. We had a fabulous sweet corn tamale for 50 cents in the main market, then ordered a taco de cabeza at one of the vendor carts outside and finally washed it down with a Toni-Col.
Also try a coconut from a vendor cart. They chop the top off and hand it to you with a straw. After drinking the sweet water inside, you hand it back to him where he chops it in half and scrapes the meat from the sides, handing it back to you this time with a fork. Select a salsa picante, lime juice, or spice from their rack and eat up!More