In late September 2017 I went to Mexico City with two good friends. I've been intrigued by Mexico City for some time and was excited to finally have the chance to visit.
Mexico City is huge - a larger population than New York City but more sprawling in land area. (For a quick comparison of the two cities, click this link.) Thankfully one of my travel companions regularly visits Mexico City for work and has an excellent knowledge of the city, as well as many good contacts for us to spend time with. That made our trip a whole lot easier and richer in experience.
Mexico City is well worth visiting. We ate delicious food every day and had great times with local and expatriate residents of the city. As I surveyed my images from our visit - the majority shot on a rented Fuji X100F camera (thanks Vistek!) - I noted a few themes emerging. One theme was the beautiful architecture of the city, most notably the doors and archways.
So here is my first blog post about Mexico City (with hopefully more posts to come) showing my favourite doors and arches of Mexico City. I hope you will enjoy it!