I just returned from a 4-day business trip to Mexico City and I’m already plotting my return. It’s a favorite, friends, and very special to me as a big part of family resides there. From spending quality time with my aunts and cousins to eating the most delicious tacos and chilaquiles to strolling the streets and marveling at the colonial architecture, it’s always an inspiring lesson that gives me a fresh outlook on life. In between work, I found time to soak up all the beauty and culture and document some exquisite moments. I’m forever grateful for my travel experience.
Lunch at one of my favorite spots, Contramar. Tuna sashimi tostadas and crab tostadas. TO DIE FOR.
I am obsessed with all of the colonial style homes and buildings in Mexico City. Many of them have the addresses hand painted near the front door and some are decorated in hand painted flowers.
The weather was chilly and it rained every day I was there. On my last day I went to my aunt Siobhan’s rooftop and took a photo of the church across the street where Romeo & Juliet was filmed. Until next time…xo Joanna