Teotihuacán, Taxco, Curnavaca and Mexico City
Photo Expedition July 2005
Mexico City is the
world's third-largest metropolis (only Tokyo and NYC are bigger).
Mexico's best and worst ingredients are all here: music and noise, brown
air and green parks, colonial palaces and skyscrapers, world-renowned
museums and ever-spreading slums.
One moment the city is all Latin beats, glamour and excitement; the next
it's drabness, poverty, suffocating crowds and rancid smells. In spite
of the negatives, Mexico City is a magnet for Mexicans and visitors
alike. You certainly won't be bored in this complex city.