Remote Silver | Mexico City
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Do you follow me on Instagram yet? You should @richardsilverphoto By far my favorite thing about Mexico is the food, it is incredible. Not a huge fan of spicy food but the amount of flavor in Mexican foods are only rivaled by Spain and Japan. On this trip back to Mexico City I only stayed for the first day and last two days of my journey to see "Dia del Muertos", Day of the Dead in Oaxaca. This trip was run by Remote Year which happens to be my first trip with RY outside of my year long travel with them...

So what is it like to travel with 80 people on the same plane? Well, it was pretty damn smooth. I did figure it would be a huge hassle for us to coordinate this but Remote Year people are extremely good at what they do. There was only one hiccup and that was when we arrived in Bogota at the airport one of the Program Leaders bag was stolen right in front of all of us. Now that totally sucked because it had her passport in it too. These are one of the many things that happen in this part...

This Guatemala trip was planned months in advance to meet up with my friend Sergio who lives in Guatemala City. He was my tour guide when I took a trip to Central America back in May of 2016 but I had to cut it short for family reasons and missed going to Guatemala. So we hit up Rio Dulce, Guatemala City, Flores and Tikal, Peten and Antigua. I arrived there on Monday the 16th and now I'm back in Mexico City, Monday the 23rd. Central America as a whole has a similar feel to me. The people and the food are consistent, dress...

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