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Photoblog: Final Crew Meal at Mexico City’s W Hotel

Flashing back to the June Mexico trip with ProjectExplorer.org, I thought I’d memorialize a fantastic project-closing meal we had at the W Hotel in Mexico City. We relaxed after a hectic day of capturing on film Mexico’s complex and difficult history. It was a well-deserved and tasty spread. [All photos were taken by Vijaya Selvaraju.] […]

Reviewing David Lida’s First Stop in the New World

I’m a lover of travel narratives, which is why my first impression of this book, come three or four chapters deep, wasn’t yet rave-ish. David didn’t write a travel narrative taking place in the hypermetropolis of Mexico City/Federal District (D.F.); he did something better than that. Working off twenty years of experience as an expat in […]

Quick Trips from Mexico City

My video development has been solely focused on ProjectExplorer material. Here are some quick trips I’ve been editing or filming thus far. Jazmine talks about her molcajete, which is a traditional soup-like meal in a volcanic dish. We had a little fun in a market at Xochimilco. Jazmine really likes puppets. While dining at the […]

Photoblog: Xochimilco and Frida

Man, I’m swamped with ProjectExplorer. The amount of work we have to create and cover in our short three weeks on locations is deep and vast. However, I’m still loving it and virtually recovered from my bout of hilarious food poisoning. We have moved on to Oaxaca for the second destination of three on this […]