wandering through tiny back alleys in San Miguel and discovering hidden courtyards and quiet churches
staring up at the Parroquía de San Miguel Arcangel, it's a nice departure from the typical spanish-colonial churches (of which there are still many in San Miguel de Allende)
Mexican folk toys at Museo del Juguete (toy museum) San Miguel de Allende
The city is brimming with artists, musicians, and wanderers, a charming mix of people (young and old, local and foreign) … but it's the calm musical tranquility that I like the most. There's a soft song to the city, birds and church bells echoing through tiny streets, the remnants of its colonial past treated as a canvas for modern expressions.
Hey it's San Miguel de Allende, beautifully relaxing place.
I'm not normally afraid of heights but climbing through the upper levels of the Vasconcelos library was wonderfully terrifying.
drenched in sun climbing the pyramid of the sun at Teotihuacán
There's so much amazing street art in Mexico City I don't even know where to start! Hay tanto arte de la calle increíble en la Ciudad de México que no sé dónde empezar! Y puedo practicar mi español con la gente real… Todavía no es muy bueno!
in all its swampy tangled beauty
I've never been a fan of abbreviating New Orleans to "NOLA", it always struck me as something a marketing group came up with after extensive corporate-friendly focus-group testing.