Mexico City Travel Guide

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  1. I was in CDMX, no moctezumas revenge for me. But yes, no fresh food, everything cooked. No sodas, as they come with a shit ton of ice. Eat tacos and botled beer, you will be fine.

  2. Great video man New subscriber hopefully you can go to other parts of Mexico so you can show the world the beauty of that country that has a lot to offer, keep it up Amigo!

  3. Mexico is one of the best countries to visit worldwide, personally i believe competes directly with Spain and Italy but most tourism get stuck in the beaches. Mexico offers one of the most breathtaking roadtrips because you jump from Desert to pine tree forest to prairies to jungle in just 3 hours.

  4. Uno de los mejores vídeos que he visto sobre turistas descubriendo y disfrutando la CDMX, realmente te atrapa minuto a minuto por tus reacciones honestas las y explicaciones documentadas sobre esta gran urbe. El vídeo muestra de todo, arquitectura, gastronomía, historia, leyendas, cultura, espectáculos, y todos con un toque de humor y asombro.

  5. Really well done video sir. Not boring, music and information perfectly balanced kept me glued to the screen. Great drone shots too. ¡¡¡Y Viva Mexico Cabrones!!!

  6. It is extremely easy to fall in love with Mexico City as a foreigner or a tourist, as a ephemeral habitant who only covers the central area of the city for a very short period of time; but it really is a pain in the ass to live here.

    Literally anyone, including partially blind people, can get a driver’s license without any practical test or theoretical knowledge of the road; add that to the fact that most of the population lacks any form of civic and driving education, people taking possession of the streets believing the public space belongs to them, the rising insecurity, racism, classism and the fact that people take everything for granted like the unbelievably delicious food; are just some of the reasons why CDMX isn’t as beautiful as it is portrayed.

    And while there are truly grateful, hardworking, good people (mainly the lower class); the place is a primitive jungle where the strongest and richest take over the weakest and poorest.

    I know this is an unpopular opinion, but it is a reality that some of us chose not to ignore.

  7. Dont forget to visit farmacia paris zona centro… True amazing work of art in a fully functional old style farmacy… I never fed a squirrel in Mexico I'll put it on my list, but you see, American squirrels should learn to be as cool…

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