Salsa, tequila, corazon, cerveza, muy bueno

¡Buenos días! from Mexico

Right now I’m in the half way of my one semester long exchange studies in Mexico City, Mexico. So far I have enjoyed my stay here and I see no reason why I wouldn’t enjoy the rest of the year too.

On my free time I have explored the country by traveling as much as possible. Besides Mexico City, one of the world’s biggest cities with around 21 million inhabitants in the metropolitan area, Mexico has a lot to offer. I have seen a lot of amazing things, for example colonial cities, paradises on the beach, volcanoes, etc.

997048_10152613430033150_3503122829180691573_nWith some friends in Cholula, me the third from the right.

20140830_150815Monte Albán, pre-Columbian archaeological site in the state of Oaxaca. Mexico is full of history and interesting ancient places to visit.

20140831_142159Beautiful landscape in Hierve al Agua with my czech roommate Nikol.

G0350104Snorkling in Islas Marietas with my boyfriend, who was visiting me for 3 weeks.

WP_20141013_10_39_53_ProHere’s a proof that I have studied in my free time too. In Puerto Vallarta.

2014-08-06 08.35.58First day at school.

School is very different from TAMK. I have three courses taught in English, one course in Spanish and one course about Spanish language and Mexican culture. My favorite is definitely Spanish language course and I feel that I have learned a lot since I came here. After all I’m living in the largest Spanish-speaking city in the world.

With the headline I’m of course referring to Anders Nilsen’s song “Salsa Tequila” which I haven’t heard here in Mexico, but I guess it was/is a hit in Europe, and it’s funny because it consists of many familiar (or everyday) words for me.

2014-10-17 17.32.33With Love from Mexico


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