Lian Schouten

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I think Mexican food might be my favourite. And I'm writing this in Italy so you know I'm serious. We spent 6 months in Mexico. From our first meal (where our waiter laughed at us as he bought out bowl after bowl of tortilla chips because we ate so much

El arbol del tule. (The tree of Tule) Mitla, Oaxaca, Mexico. This is the oldest living thing in the world currently. It is around 2,000 years old and possibly the largest tree as well.

Day 4 and El arbol del tule. (The tree of Tule) Mitla, Oaxaca, Mexico. This is the oldest living thing in the world currently. It is around years old and possibly the largest tree as well.

Romita Comedor was a very cool spot—set in a gorgeous turn-the-century townhouse—so it was fortunate for us that we went early enough that let us have a table without a reservation. The space inside was just stunning, an entire wall and part of a ceiling was open glass.

Romita Comedor: Mexico City, Mexico "was a very cool spot—set in a gorgeous turn-the-century townhouse—so it was fortunate for us that we went early enough that let us have a table without a reservation.

National Muséum of Art Mexico City

Stunning Geometric Tape Floor Installations by Jim Lambie With regular vinyl tape, Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie transforms any given space into a colorful, mesmerizing landscape that often create optical illusions.

16 Under-the-Radar Spots in Mexico - Swimming with whale sharks in the Sea of Cortez

Explore Mexico’s underrated gems – from small colonial towns that take you back in time to exquisite beaches to darling hotels with lovely amenities and remote eco-lodges that take you on exciting outdoor adventures.