We had the dinner at Porfirio's Restaurant which is one of the best at modern fine mexican cusine. Being in Cancun, we had to try mexican food. We even had mariachi entonating "Laura Branigan's Gloria" and other classical pieces from the 80's and 90's.
The food was delicious. We started with the "esquites arracheros" (corn), "carnitas de pulpo" (octopus with guacamole) and a nice salad. When it came time to the main dishes, there were some fish with mango salsa, chile relleno (stuffed hot pepper), tacos and meat. We could not leave without the traditional desserts which very from local ice cream to "flan casero". Here are some pictures to make you hungry! To end the food party, they brought some "blue obleas with amaranto".... This transported me back to mi childhood where we had obleas after school.
Obleas are traditional Mexican snacks made only with wheat flour, water, corn oil, and artificial colors.
Fish with mango salsa
Blue Obleas with Amaranth
Some fun facts about Diana is that she is from Venezuela and works for a partner in Argentina. She started her career from Network Academy graduate!. Daniel just passed his Wireless CCIE written test during Cisco Live!! great kudos to you Daniel!.
Jose is from Costa Rica and works for one our our partners as well.
The group after dinner
Denise and I are very happy to have you met you in person. I had a lot of fun with you guys at the Cisco Appreciation Event. I can see both Daniel and Diana are rock 'n roll souls.
VIPs Diana and Daniel at the Customer Appreciation Event
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