- From the collage above: The first three shots where taken in the state of Hidalgo. The first snapshot is in the center of Real del Monte, a cute little town were we went visit the mine of "La Dificultad". If you have the chance of visiting Real del Monte remember to eat a "Paste", a traditional recipe influenced by the english way of cooking pastries. I would also recommend to go around shops, there are real leather goodies around there. Do you remember my hat?
- The third shot was taken in Los Prismas Basalticos, a natural reserve where the waterfalls have created these stones characterized by the prism shape. Definitely worth seeing it. Plus, the place is calm and perfect for picnics.
- The next two shots were taken during a night out at a club in Mexico City. I honestly haven't been in many places where to dance, but I can tell you the city is full and so lively during the weekend, plus, mexicans really know how to have fun!
- The last shot is from Vogue Fashion's Night Out in Mexico City. I had a couple of meetings and then enjoyed the night in the shops. It was fun to see for the very first time girls dressing up for a fashion event and by that I mean everybody was looking great!
- From the collage above: the first two shots are from the Castle of Chapultepec, which, you know it, it's one of my favorite spots in Mexico City. The castle is beautiful, lush but not exaggerated, the paintings inside leave me speechless every time, but the thing I enjoy the most is the beautiful view on Reforma and its skyscrapers. Doesn't it look amazing?
- the next four shots are from the town of Tepoztlan, in the state of Morelos. We visited the Tepozteco, an aztec pyramid, which we reached CLIMBING THE MOUNTAIN! I mean, I did not know we had to do that and I was in a skirt ( what the hell ). Roberto obviously did not even think about telling me that before. Ugh, it took us one hour and a half of walking in the mud in the middle of the jungle but in the end we made it and I was very proud of myself. Tepoztlan became afterwards one of my favorite places in Mexico and I have the best memories of it!
- first picture it's from my favorite "Taqueria" where I usually eat "tacos al pastor", a taco with roasted pork meat, a piece of pineapple, coriander, onion and of course salsas like guacamole or "salsa roja". My very favorite food is though "costras", pretty similar to tacos al pastor but with grilled burnt cheese on top.
- in the second picture is from a cute coffee place in Roma, Mexico City. I fell in love with its minimal style.
- third picture: a pizza. Something closer to an italian pizza than Domino's or Pizza Hut's pizzas. So why would my friends put all the kind of spicy sauces on top of it? I died when they even added soy sauce and Worcester sauce, but that's cause I am too italian, I guess.
- fourth picture: me getting drunk with micheladas cubanas. A mix of beer, spicy powders and spicy sauce, if I understood well. In any case I really like them.
- fifth picture with chapulines, small fried grasshoppers. I had to try them and that's all I am going to say.
- last picture and last place is an amazingly designed Starbucks in between Chapultepec and Polanco. It's all in wood and glass and integrates perfectly with the environment (there's trees inside!).
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See you tomorrow!