Because I was in Mexico for my sister's wedding, it wasn't necessarily a planned or structured vacation. In a way it was better, because I felt like everything was spontaneous and we were able to truly get a taste of the city.
While we weren't preparing for the wedding or partying it up at the wedding, we were relaxing by the pool, eating out and just having an amazing time. Honestly, the food was one of my favorite parts of this trip. I've always loved Mexican food, so it's no surprise that the authentic Mexican food was phenomenal to me. From the enchiladas to the flautas to the tacos, I was in heaven. Also, if you go to Mexico and don't take a few too many shots of tequila while you're there, what are you doing with your life?
One of the things that made this trip so much more enjoyable for me, is the fact that the people were so welcoming and friendly. Of course we attended a lot of family events/gathering, so it was kind to be welcomed with open arms. In addition to that though, random people we would meet throughout the week were so kind to us. This man in our sombrero photo was the absolute sweetest. He brought out the hats for us to wear and take pictures with and welcomed us to the country. He wasn't looking for money (although we forced him to accept a few pesos for his hospitality) ... he just truly wanted us to enjoy our stay and have memories to take back with us. He was a reflection of so many amazing people I met during my stay there. So so so so sweet.