10 Facts No One Tells You About Living in Mexico City.

My top 10 facts no one tell's you about living in Mexico City. PDA- also known as public display of affection. WOW! Let me tell you it takes some time to get used to. You kind of look at them at first and cringe in a similar fashion you look at your sister when she... Continue Reading →

Welcome to 2o17

Greetings from Mexico, Today I have officially been living in Mexico City for a little over a month which seems to feel like an eternity. I really enjoy living here and my Spanish is improving slowly but surely. It is very surprising how much you can still survive without knowing the language proficiently. Anyway, I... Continue Reading →

Mexico? Life?

Hello hello! How is everyone? Good? Living? Recently I spoke of how I really don't know what I'm doing. I had a thought of moving to Mexico...then an issue arose. I found it is very hard for people/Americans to find a job there and if they do it probably won't pay well. You usually do... Continue Reading →

Send my love? 

Hello, hello!  Let me just say me:0 tequila:1 haha. Yesterday, I went out with my cousin and let's just say it was interesting. My soul hurts from the drastic amounts of beer and tequila I had. We were at a house party then at 2am went to a dance club. My skills dancing to salsa... Continue Reading →

Hot Tamale 

I almost died today.... Okay not really. I felt like I was going to though. Today I climbed my first mountain in Tepoztlan, Mexico. It was one of the most difficult things I have done. But I was very proud when I got to the top because a part of me wanted to give up,... Continue Reading →

Enchanted 

Hello lovely people!  What have I been up to? Other than eating a lot of tacos, frijoles, carne asada, eggs, pastel, and surprisingly eat a large amount of cereal, not much. On Friday we went to Coyoacán and went running. Today, we went to some lovely canals in the town I'm not even going to... Continue Reading →

Let’s Salsa?

Today started out normally. I awoke to Spanish music and said buenos días to my grandmother. Fast forward to about 3 pm. We go to a part of Mexico City called Coyoacán a stunningly beautiful place. Rich history and easy going people. The smell of fresh baked bread and pastries.  After this we went to... Continue Reading →

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