Multi-colored lights change change and create a rainbow atop the tunnel wall inside the Barranca del Muerto station in the Mexico City Metro.

Mexico City Metro Guide: Complete With Metro Strategy, Silly Stories and Strong Opinions

Believe it or not, your best friend in Mexico City isn’t the lady slinging tacos on the corner. Nope; she’s a close second. Your real best friend is the metro. Because of its sheer size—Mexico City is roughly 270 square miles bigger than New York City—navigating by other means is often impossible. With 12 lines Read more about Mexico City Metro Guide: Complete With Metro Strategy, Silly Stories and Strong Opinions[…]

Man leaning on multi-colored wall outside of Mercado Medellin in Mexico City. Markets provide an easy way to reduce your cost of living by buying local food.

The Cost of Living in Mexico City-My Budget and Recommendations

Mexico City offers more affordable living than its North American neighbors in almost every single aspect of daily life. Rent is much cheaper. Food, for the most part, is less expensive. Services are a lot less expensive (transportation, most types manual labor, medical visits). At the same time, the city provides close to the same Read more about The Cost of Living in Mexico City-My Budget and Recommendations[…]

Store front covered in bright colored advertisements under Chapultepec bridge Mexico City

Birds Schmirds, I’m Going Down South Without a Flock

Yesterday I arrived in Mexico City with no set return date. Well, according to my return ticket it was February fifth, but that has since been canceled and was more of a safeguard should American Airlines have asked questions. They did not ask questions. Criteria This marks my first time south of the boarder. I Read more about Birds Schmirds, I’m Going Down South Without a Flock[…]