It’s late enough in the morning that the streets are already packed with people who flit in and out of restaurants and stores, wait in line at taco stands and ice-cream shops, and [like me] point their cameras at or above eye-level to capture the city’s sights. I use the Zocalo [main plaza] as a starting […]Read more "Everyday Mexico City: A Photo Journal"
On Calle Fortaleza, a popular street, multi-colored hanging umbrellas create shade from the blistering heat and attract people in droves. The fixture is beautiful to look at, but I suppose pictures last longer.Read more "The Streets of Old San Juan: Part 2"
The Ecuador Journals #1 Nerves and excitement built up as the airplane’s tires lifted up from the ground. Everything hit me at that moment; for the next two months, I’d be living in a new country and speaking a different language most of the time. It didn’t matter whether or not I was ready, it was […]Read more "Altitude Changes Everything "
I’m back with another “eating my way through *insert city here*” post. Part 1 of this post is for fast, finger food while Part 2 will be about stuff you don’t typically eat with your hands. Hold on to your snacks, or proceed snack-less at your own risk! At the top of my list of […]Read more "Eating Through NOLA: Part 1"