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Photos from Yautepec, Morelos

So here we go! I will start with a short entry about Yautepec, the town my sister lived in 2002-2003 and where we spent a few days before and a few days after our trip to the Huasteca. I wrote about the town in this post shortly after I arrived, so I won't repeat it, but post some photos instead.

The Zocalo, or town square, in Yautepec, all decorated for Christmas:

Christmas decorations in the market (I love going to the markets!)

Pollitos for sale!

Making Mexico's staple:

Street shot:

Comments (9)


Thanks for memories of our trips to Mexico many years ago. We need to return.

Jane, that is funny: earlier today I actually thought to myself "I need to show my photos to KZ when he comes to DC because I am sure he'd like the place." I particularly think he would be excited about all the waterfalls and the fun outdoor stuff.

Love the Christmas decorations!


I can't get over the pollitos for sale, don't see that in the markets around my area!


Beautiful colours! And I love the juxtapositioning of the blue sky/palm trees with the lovely Christmas tree.


i was livin on yautepec
i miss my home there

i want regresar
para aya


hey im from yautepec and im really really excited i could find muh more recent pics of it.i become crazy when i see the market or the zocalo! wow i miss yaute a lot!


I love going to Yautepec every year to visit my mom. Yautepec is a beautiful place, especially now that el Carnaval de los chinelos its about to start.


yo tambien soy de yaute.y yo como buen morelense les escribo en espanol.yo tambien extrano mi puebo y deveriamos de juntarnos todos para tomar una coka en las delicias jiji

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