Mexico City (Part 5) – Teotihuacan

A big day out today – Teotihuacán! (Am still learning how to pronounce it properly – Tayo-tee-wa-kaan, but will get it eventually!). We began early so as to get a Continue Reading →

Mexico City (Part 4) – Centro Historico

The metro system of Mexico City is a breeze. For those who don’t speak or read Spanish, the lines are colour-coded and numbered, and each stop has a picture of Continue Reading →

Mexico City (Part 3) – San Angel to Coyoacan

Breakfast dish of the day at The Red Tree House was cheese enchiladas with a red sauce – have yet to have a breakfast here that I don’t love! This Continue Reading →

Mexico City (Part 2) – Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo

Art was one of the numerous enticements that drew us to Mexico. And while they may seem obvious choices, Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo were the brightest beacons. For the Continue Reading →

Mexico City (Part 1) – Bosque de Chapultepec and its museums

Following the advice of our hosts at The Red Tree House, we pretty much spent our entire first day in Mexico City walking. I have become quite a big fan Continue Reading →