LA Protest

November 10, 2016

I went to the protest in LA that happen on 11.09.16. Like many in California, after the election I felt shocked, angry, alienated, in disbelief, powerless and a little afraid. And then being there among people screaming “Fuck Donald Trump,” it felt good. It felt more than good, maybe even therapeutic. People keep asking why…

Getting to Salto de Eyipantla Without a Car

February 10, 2016

  I was recently in Catemaco, Vercaruz and while being there I wanted to visit the waterfall Salto de Eyipantla, except I didn’t have a car and I had no idea where it was or how to get there. All I knew was that when people visit Catemaco they usually make a stop at Salto de…

Centro Historico in Mexico City

January 14, 2016

Always start in the center. We can go back to Aztec times when they used this space for main ceremonial events or to how the Spaniards came and built their new center on top of theirs and to this day Mexicans gather every Independence Day to “celebrate.” It’s full of history, whether you like it or…

Switzer Falls

November 15, 2015

Someone who is always in the “know” about the latest trends in fashion, music, social apps and just everything in general told me recently that working out is becoming a new trend. Perhaps, it has been a trend for a while by now. Living in LA though it seems very obvious. Even hiking has caught on…

Seafood Sopes

November 15, 2015

I’m basically 30 years old now. When I was I a kid (like elementary school) I never thought this day will ever come. Everything from then to now seems like a big blur. High School happen and I eventually parted ways with my girlfriend at the time and most of my friends from then. My…