Super Burrito


I’m sure you were expecting a picture of a tortilla wrapped around a bunch of cut up food. A burrito in Spanish means a little donkey, or burro. Be careful what you ask for in a restaurant in Mexico.

Happy Cinco de Mayo. A day not so much celebrated in Mexico as it is here in the U.S.ย  The Mexicans defeated the French on this day in 1862, but Mexico’s independence day is on September 16th, and that’s when Mexico really kicks up its heels. Here is a link to the history so that I don’t have to write it out…..I’m recovering fromย the Cinco de Mayo party we had last night.ย  And we didn’t serve burritos.


About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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17 Responses to Super Burrito

  1. krikitarts says:

    Love your choices of the large-grain texture and the wild border. They both add a lot to your great burrito image!


  2. frizztext says:

    I hope you recovered …


  3. Madhu says:

    Adorable little burrito Angeline. Have to confess I did expect a food shot ๐Ÿ™‚


  4. loganbruin says:

    In Puebla they sure celebrate it. Was there once on 5 de Mayo and there were over a million people lining the parade route. . .


  5. Happy Cinco de Mayo!


  6. juditon says:

    Very nice colours.


  7. Amy says:

    A burrito in Spanish means a little donkey — good to know ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks, Angeline!


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