If I was one of those famous Instagrammers that get things for free, I would partner up with El Rollo waterpark in Morelos, Mexico. Bradley and I had a terrible mold situation in our studio apartment in Mexico City, so … Continue reading A Weekend in Cuernavaca, Mexico
“I hope the exit is joyful, and I hope never to return.” – Frida Kahlo Day of the Dead is one of the most well-known aspects of Mexican culture. I believe this was made even more mainstream after the James … Continue reading Day of the Dead
Normally, I support local businesses by avoiding coming to big chain places, but today is not such day. Today I really want to feel a taste of American capitalism and come to Starbucks for a Pumpkin Latte. Pumpkin flavored food … Continue reading Let’s talk about money.
“If it doesn’t challenge you, it won’t change you.” – Fred DeVito I can’t help but feel that everything in life has to be done with a sense of joy, even the tedious things. I’ve got to have a sense … Continue reading An Ordinary Day In Mexico City
The migration office has its own place in hell. Open that bottle of red now to kickstart this conversation. Because nobody I know enjoys migration errands. Getting a work visa can truly discourage a person in their journey to live … Continue reading WORK IN MEXICO! But first…Migration.
The wedding had a Mamma Mia touch! After the ceremony, there was a parade led by a donkey covered in flowers and a mariachi band. Two giant, accurate, doll versions of the bride and groom danced to the music as … Continue reading A Wedding Tale: when in Mexico…
I asked for a beer on our 45-minute flight, hoping it would make me forget I was mid-air. Flying is scary. They gave me a 25 ounce can of some Mexican brand beer. They don’t mess around. I could not … Continue reading I stopped looking for something better.