I hopped on the local bus, camera in one hand, open mind in the other, with the intention to end up at an art gallery in Roma Norte. The bus took me sort of the way I intended to go. When I saw it started making its way in the "wrong" direction, I jumped off. From there I walked. I enjoyed every step of the way.
Walking is truly a blessing in disguise (or maybe it's obvious). Especially if you're someone like me who gets distracted at the smallest things, stops to capture a moment on the street, stops to talk to a random local, or just simply enjoys going with the flow, having no destination in mind.
The best moments occur when you aren't expecting it.
As I walk my path on the streets in Mexico City, I collect moments and experiences. La Condesa/Roma Norte (two of CDMX most trending/ hipster areas that neighbor each other) is filled with art, cheap street eats, and lively locals, I would describe the city life as "buena onda" (good energy). The best part, everything is walking distance or a scooter ride away.
The moment I take a different route, an abundance of opportunities present themselves in front of me.
Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico