Mexico was quite the unexpected adventure. Mexico City to Puebla to Oaxaca to Huatulco to Puerto Escondido to San Cristóbal de las Casas. Met amazing new friends and experiences in each chapter of the trip. If I didn’t have a return ticket and a sublet in NYC lined up I would have likely stayed for a while longer! While it’s sad to see Mexico in my rear view, I’m looking forward to spending the next month or two in New York City. Brooklyn, let’s hang! Photo – Sunrise from Tuxtla Gutierrez airport, Mexico.
The Market. San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Mexico
Dogs On Roofs. Seems to be a common theme in Mexico. Oaxaca, Mexico
This might be my favorite town in Mexico I’ve been to. The people are amazingly friendly here.
San Cristóbal de las Casas, Mexico
The Market. Puerto Escondido, Mexico
Last night’s sunset brought to you by Playa Principal. Puerto Escondido, Mexico.
One thing I’ve always wanted to do is swim in bioluminescent water. Last night it happened. It was pretty hard to capture on camera, but in real life it was unreal. Light trails followed you as you swam through the water. When lifting yourself out of the water, trails of blue light sparks would drip down your body. So so cool. The top image is of people wading in the water, the bottom is the wake of the boat. Both images are straight from the camera – no editing.
Puerto Escondido, Mexico
These VW bugs are EVERYWHERE in Mexico. They are family cars that have just been kept running since they were made. You see them in Mexico as often as you’d see a Toyota in the States. Mitla, Mexico