Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Valle de Guadalupe

Hello lovelies!

In August it was 3 of our friend's birthdays, so to celebrate we went to Valle de Guadalupe in Mexico to celebrate. If you are not familiar with Valle de Guadalupe, it is basically like Mexican Napa Valley. We went to visit wineries, wine tasting, and we camped in a a ranch.

Our first stop was intended to be at L.A. Cetto, but it was closed for a private event, so we went to the next winery called La Casa de Doña Lupe.

We bought a bottle and drank it there, we also ate pizza. There was a little shop in there were they sold, bread, spices, and jelly. Can you believe they even had a jalapeño flavored jelly! I regret not buying it because it was actually good.

Then we visited  Baron Balche, Sol de Media noche, and a local place where they sold beer and we had some appetizers before going to the ranch to camp.One of the girls was going to make us sandwiches with the bread and cheeses we bought from the wineries we visited and we still had to set up our stuff there so we left kind of early.
The next day was super chill. We were joking we all were now aunties because we all woke up at 6AM! Everyone else at the camp was still sleeping. We had breakfast and we went swimming at the pool. The funny thing about Mexico is that there isn't really restrictions about where can you drink. Like here in California, you can't drink in public. In Mexico you can drink everywhere. So we drank wine at the pool.

After packing, and putting all of our stuff back in the car we went to Finca Altozano, and omg they had the most delicious food ever in there. The place was beautiful too.


And the view



I took some polaroids too
 That's it from the little trip. I loved Valled de Guadalupe so much I want to go back!

Xo
Monica




8 comments :

  1. Your trip looks like it was so much fun. It makes me wish I could get away and have a long weekend somewhere.

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  2. You can't actually drink everywhere in Mexico.. maybe in the pool is ok(it's inside a property), but you can't drink in the street or outside properties, it's illegal x_x

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    1. Whaat? maybe the laws changed recently in bc :S

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  3. Terrific report about your trip to Valle de Guadalupe. I gave it a shout out on my Valle blog - thevalledeguadalupe.blogspot.com

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