How I Spent a Layover in Mexico City

Mexico City is one of the biggest cities in the world and the largest metropolitan area in the West. On my way to Cuba, I had to spend a layover in Mexico City and instead of staying inside the airport, we decided to go outside and explore the city a little bit. I recommend you do the same. I guarantee a layover experience can be much more than sitting on a chair for a few hours or exploring the duty-free shops.

Of course, it depends on the time you have. We had 12 hours. What did we visit? How did we get there? Was everything alright or did we have some not-so-nice experiences ourselves? Read more below and you’ll find it all out about our layover in Mexico City!

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Doors of The World (part I)

Hi, guys! Today I decided to post a story about one of my all time favorite things to photograph: doors. You know those magical, dreamy and colorful objects we give too little credit to? They’re the ones who grant us the access to anything we want to reach, both literally and figuratively speaking.

Wherever I go, I always find some beautiful ones that just ask to be photographed, whether they’re colored or gray, decorated or simple, with interesting door knobs or not. And figuratively speaking, I am still waiting for some of them to open. I hope only the colorful and decorated ones. 🙂

So without further ado, here are some doors of the world, as I perceive them:

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