Oaxaca: Places&Spaces

Truly charming, Oaxaca has so much to offer. Home to many of the great Mexicans (Benito Juárez, hermanos Magón, Porfirio Díaz, José Vasconcelos, Rufino Tamayo), Oaxaca offers museum ¨patroned¨ by those notables.   Even if you wouldn´t be familiar with the Mexican history, you´s probably figure out that Benito Juarez (1806-1872) was an outstanding person real…

La Lonja MX

Among so many great initiavites promoting the mexican artists, producers and designers, there was La Lonja MX, hosted in Casa Modelo, an old house adapted especially for this event. In each of the rooms you could either have a chat about artesanal mezcal (and have a shot), buy stylish ponchos (PAYS or Carla Fernandez), designer accessories (EMMA MX) , books and art.

Vitamin T: Torta Hunt

The gloomy and rainy Sunday this weekend was brightened by the new discoveries. Following the Travesias Magazine we made our way to Colima 256, a lovely Roma Norte mansion hosting a “straight from the garden to your table” restaurant Huset, Poni Ministore, Yoga Center, “Pretty Bitches” Beauty Saloon, and finally, Homie Cafe. A great place for bookworms ,…

Friday chaos

Sometimes, when getting the morning bus to work  I feel like together with the bus drivet and the other passengers we are not just commuting, getting from one place to another, but fighting our way through the city. I once used to love Reforma Avenue when i first dicovered it, the Champs Elysees of Mexico….

Mother’s Day in Mexico

Yesterday, I have lived yet another festive day in Mexico: Mother’s Day. From the early morning I could already notice the signs that this day was truly special, like a cute card hang on the wall at the entrance (I am not sure if the author was an adult or a kid??) wishing “all the…