Just a resource for myself to use at a later time for keeping count of which neighborhoods of CDMX stuck out to me the most but haven’t spent a month in yet.
One thing I love to do in Latin America is just take a taxi to completely obsecure areas of Latin America. Here is my recent experience doing that in Milpa Alta invading someone’s property, getting our vehicle stuck and visiting a volcano.
Where do you find the best street art of Iztapalapa and what tips should you know for finding street art in Iztapalapa?
When gringos back home think that everyone is dying to have our lifestyle or that our lifestyle is inherently superior to the lifestyle of folks from back home north of the border.
My experience hiking Cerro de San Miguel Volcano of Milpa Alta in Mexico City with photos.
Discussing my time trying to hike Teuhtli Volcano from both sides and how impossible it was. Still worth it and offered plenty of good views.
Tepito is not the worst neighborhood of Mexico City and often gets way more attention for being so from gringos and Mexicans not very familiar with Mexico City despite other areas of Mexico City objectively being worse from either a safety or quality of life perspective.
Most people agree having a car in Mexico City sucks major ass dick. But there’s a few areas of Mexico City where it’d be more ideal: the original towns of Milpa Alta and Tlalpan.
When Mexicans begin overhyping their food regarding how special or different it is from other cuisines. In this case, we can see just that with my experience ordering suadero in Milpa Alta.
Describing my experience using public transportation to and from Milpa Alta of Mexico City and how annoying it was with some final lessons about the experience in the end.