Day 6 in Mexico City Teotihuacan and Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe

The next morning I woke up early to catch a Turibus, which was highly recommended by locals, to go to Teotihuacán and Basilica de Guadalupe. My friends I had met earlier in the week, Z and K, decided to hike the volcano nearby. I bought my ticket at the Zocalo and headed toward the ancientContinue reading “Day 6 in Mexico City Teotihuacan and Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe”

10 Things to do in Mexico City 

Mexico city is one of the largest cities in the world which is both magical and overwhelming for any traveler especialy a traveler like me who decides to di it solo. These are my top 10 things I did in Mexico City. Click on the links for more details of my travels to these placesContinue reading “10 Things to do in Mexico City “

Mexico City Day ? The Risk of Being a Woman

To be honest, I’m not sure which day it happened in the next part of this story. Memories are like that. Especially memories that make us uncomfortable and hold pain or fear, the unimportant details tend to get fuzzy over time while other parts become bright and vivid, almost surreal. Although I couldn’t tell youContinue reading “Mexico City Day ? The Risk of Being a Woman”

Day 5 In Mexico City Part 2 Soumaya

After a transforming but emotionally exhausting experience at El Museo de Memoria y Tolorencia earlier that morning, my friend K and I decided it was time for lunch. With the sky threatening to rain overhead, we stopped in a mall food court before we headed to the Soumaya Museum. The Soumaya Museum is a privateContinue reading “Day 5 In Mexico City Part 2 Soumaya”

Day 5 In Mexico City Part 1

The Day I Found My WHY I woke up to a delicious, simple breakfast with the best orange/green juice I have ever had in my life, but with rain, in the forecast, the day looked bleak. K and I decided that today would be a museum day. The first museum of the day was oneContinue reading “Day 5 In Mexico City Part 1”

Day 4 in Mexico City Fridas House

After no sleep the night before and some decisions I regretted today made up for it all. My new friend K, who I had met while checking into my hostel, and I got up early to make our way to Coyoacán and Frida Kalo’s house. Another traveler whom K had met at the Lucha LibreContinue reading “Day 4 in Mexico City Fridas House”

Day 3 in Mexico City

Wins and Fails After an exciting night and another restless sleep, I was ready to go again the following day to see what the city had to offer. It was a good museum day with rain and heat in the forecast. So I headed down with several girls who were staying at my hostel, includingContinue reading “Day 3 in Mexico City”

Mexico City Day 2

After a restless night of sleep… if you’re new here, this is a theme when I travel and will take a toll on me through this trip since it’s the longest trip I have taken since I stopped sleeping well outside my own bed. After a restless night of sleep, I headed out with myContinue reading “Mexico City Day 2”

Mexico City Day 1

My first solo trip out of the US was To Mexico City in 2018 at the age of 29. After spending years without a vacation and only one long weekend spent as a goodbye trip with a friend before I moved to Arizona, I was finally making time for travel in my life. Before livingContinue reading “Mexico City Day 1”

Moving to South Korea During a Pandemic Part 1: The Why

So Moving during a pandemic was never my intention. In fact, when I decided that I was going to travel the world no matter what, Covid-19 was over a year and a half away in an unimaginable dystopian future. My solo trip to Mexico City in November of 2018 reawakened a dream and a passionContinue reading “Moving to South Korea During a Pandemic Part 1: The Why”