Medical Tourism in Mexico - Plastic Surgery Tourism in Mexico City

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'Dental tourism' on the rise, as more Americans head to Mexico & beyond

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How Expensive is Mexico City? — Living on $10 a Day in Mexico

How to live or travel in Mexico City (CDMX) for only $10 a day. ► SUPPORT MY VIDEOS: ► Instagram: You can live cheap in Mexico for only $10, and in this challenge I'll show you how it's done. I'll be showing you a mix of sit down restaurants and Mexican street food... you ready? Let's go! Subscribe to The New Travel for more Mexico food and travel videos. MORE MEXICO VLOGS ► #1 We're Moving to Mexico! ► #2 First Impressions of Mexico City ► #3 $800 Sunglasses in Mexico City ► #4 My Cold Day Meal in Mexico City ► #5 Best Tacos in Mexico City? ► #6 Gringos Try Vegan Mexican Food For The First Time As always, I'm Dan from The New Travel. Thanks for watching! ------------------------ ► If you enjoyed, don't forget to LEAVE A LIKE! ► ALL SOCIAL MEDIA (come say hi!) Twitter - Instagram - Facebook - ------------------------ Want to try Airbnb? Get $40 off your first booking: ► All Music in this video is by EPIDEMIC SOUND, get 30 days free: ►

Extreme MEXICO CITY STREET FOOD TOUR with 5 Mexican Guys CDMX!

►Check out 5 Mexican Guys: ►SUBSCRIBE for 2 new videos per week: ►Mexico City street food guide: I met up with 5 Mexican Guys (, and they just started their channel since I met them, so go check them out!) to go on an ultimate Mexican street food tour of Mexico City. It was one of the greatest food days I had in Mexico, and we tasted so many incredible dishes. La Esquina del Chilaquil - For breakfast in La Condesa, there’s no better place to check out than La Esquina del Chilaquil, their tortas are delicious. Price - 40 MXN ($2.14) each Mercado de San Juan - I wanted to quickly check out this market, but it wasn’t all that busy when we went - there wasn’t too much going on. So we had a quick scorpion and then continued on to the ultimate street food market. Scorpion - 160 MXN ($8.54) for 4 Mercado de La Merced - Mexico City is packed with street food, but if you want a food experience that’s busy, in your face, and always exciting and delicious, Mercado de la Merced is one of the greatest places to start. You’ll encounter massive amounts of street food that will blow your mind with how delicious they are. Here are the things we ate at the market: Quesadilla - 57 MXN ($3.04) for 3 Fries tacos - 20 MXN ($1.07) each Pancita - 40 MXN ($2.14) per bowl Pambazo Mamey - 15 MXN ($0.80) Mango - 15 MXN ($0.80) Churrería El Moro - This wasn’t street food, but we needed a little afternoon break, and there’s no better spot in Mexico City for churros than Churrería El Moro. Total price - 439 MXN ($23.44) for all Esquites - 20 MXN ($1.07) - After walking around El Zocalo - the center of Mexico City, we then had a corn snack os esquites where they add corn, mayo, cheese, and chili salsas to a cup. It’s pretty tasty. Loncheria La Rambla - Next we tried a Mexican style turkey sandwich - it was alright, but not the best food of the day. Torta de pavo - 35 MXN ($1.87) each Taquería Los Cocuyos - And finally to end this Mexico City street food tour with 5 Mexican Guys, we headed to Taquería Los Cocuyos, a legendary taco stall in the heart of the center of the city. The tacos are amazing, and it was the perfect was to end this day of incredible Mexican food. Tacos de cabeza - 17 MXN ($0.91) each Again, thank you to Moises and 5 Mexican Guys for reaching out! Check them out here: MUSIC: ***CAMERA GEAR*** I used to make this video (these are affiliate links): Main camera: Main lens: 2nd lens: Microphone: Drone: I would love to connect with you! Instagram: Facebook: T-shirts available now:

Hiking to the Tepozteco Pyramid in Tepoztlán, Mexico

It is worthwhile to climb up the ancient pyramid El Topezteco in a sunny day to see the beautiful scenery from the top! Be prepared to swear profusely and be challenged physically lol. To support my channel: Recorded with iPhone7+ Contact:


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