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Here's a collection of portraits and short stories from people I met on my trips around the world. Thank you for tuning in and see you soon, bye bye!

After working in Mexico City for two, three years, now I’m making the leap.

After working in Mexico City for two, three years, now I’m making the leap. I know the place and I think I can do it.

Puebla, Mexico. Winter 2021

I like this lifestyle where you can walk some places. Where you can move by walking and you don’t need a car to do everything. And here in Puebla you need a car. I’ve been living in Puebla for seven years and it’s been a nostalgic journey. Like ‘Bye, Ponta Feneverte’, ‘Bye, Angel statue’.

After working in Mexico City for two, three years, now I’m making the leap. I know the place and I think I can do it.

There’s a book I have. It’s called ‘Corazon Azteca’. Aztec Heart.

A historian made this novel based on Hispanic culture. It’s about a guy, and the Christians called him Juan but he had a different name.

He travels and arrives in Mexico City, which had this huge market where everyone in the lands around it went to trade stuff. They even sold ice. People would run to Popocatépetl, up to the top of the volcano, to wrap ice, put it in their pockets and take it to Mexico City to sell it. They sold everything there.

And they said that in Mexico City the the greatest warriors and the greatest salespeople where. It was a concentration of the best people.

I think I should move there.