I was walking on the beach around sundown. A surfer was stalking the beach looking for waves.
I went into a Burger King after visiting the Belles Artes in Mexico City. It reminded me of the USA.
I feel like people's actions tell a story, looking down the barrel of a cannon is questionable...
Walking through Mexico City, I came upon a group of bikers. They looked friendly.
This statue reminded me of the ruins at Teotihuacan. Outside the Museo Anthropoligico in Mexico City.
Mexico City was riddled with street art. For someone like me it was more than enough to look at.
In Mexico City, I peered into the storefronts. My camera felt intrusive and imposing.
Had a light lunch in Mexico City's central Alameda Park. It is enormous and easy to get lost in.
In line for the pyramids at Teotihuacan, I spotted a horse tied to a tree.
The Museo de Frida Kahlo was full, so wandering the streets of Mexico City was 2nd best.
Teotihuacan reminded me of New Mexico, a desert with Agave Cacti and bicycles parked on trees.
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
On the river in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
On the river in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
On the river in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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