It’s quite evident that unemployment is prevalent in Mexico city. Despite this, you can always see enterprising folk in the parks or subway selling everything from illegally copied music compilations to sweets and singing in public areas to make ends meet. Follow … Read all about it!
Today we went to the Museum of Anthropology. It is a huge museum that houses pretty much every archeological and anthropological relics from the pre Aztec and Mayan period. Pictured is the el paraguas (concrete umbrella) which is based at … Read all about it!
We went out to Teotihuacan (promounced teo-tee-wha-khan) today, just an hours drive by bus from the central bus terminal. It’s an old city that was first established 100 B.C. It’s made up of a number of temples and pyramids. Pictured … Read all about it!
Palacio de Bellas Artes performing arts venue in Mexico City. There was a national theatre prior but was demolished to make way for the current structure in the beginning of the 20th Century. I tried getting several shots of the … Read all about it!