|(photo taken by Wes)|
As you can see, I had plenty of food. At my left hand is a plate with two "pupusas", thick corn meal tortillas stuffed with beans and cheese. Although "pupusas" are most associated with El Salvador and Honduras, they are popular throughout Central America. They are served with cole slaw and a mild tomato sauce.
I did not realize that the "pupusas" would be a meal unto themselves, so I also ordered "choripán", a sandwich of Argentinian origen that apparently has made its way to Guatemala. Chorizo sausage with "chimichurri" fills the baguette style bread. It is accompanied with yucca fries.
Everything was very good!
By the way, the shirt that I was wearing was purchased at Walmart on my last trip to Mexico City. It was made in Mérida, the capital of the Mexican state of Yucatán, and is styled in the manner of the "guayabera" shirts of that region.