La estacion del tren. 

La estacion del tren. 

"Theres nothing like this type of view"

"Theres nothing like this type of view"

I wish I was in my lovely Villa. 

I wish I was in my lovely Villa. 

My beautiful Mexican cloud.

My beautiful Mexican cloud.

Fourth of July celebrations from the border.

Fourth of July celebrations from the border.

Puruandiro, Michoacán 2012

Puruandiro, Michoacán 2012

Exploring the beautiful state of Queretaro, Mexico. 

Exploring the beautiful state of Queretaro, Mexico. 

Love Love Love Love

Love Love Love Love

"I came in illegal, but I am too an illegal in Mexico because I do not exist on government records there to prove that I am a Mexican citizen here."

http://www.migrationinformation.org/USfocus/display.cfm?ID=888

The lack of an official proof of identity and citizenship means no access to education and health care for children; no opportunities for adults in the formal labor market; no access to microcredit loans; no right to vote; and no human rights. Moreover, the “officially invisible” are more attractive targets for human traffickers, illegal adoption rings, and other organized criminals in Mexico. Thousands of births in Mexico continue to go unregistered each year, and as these disenfranchised people with no official identities make their way across the Mexico-US border, the problem of doubly-undocumented immigrants in the United States will grow larger still.

The roof. Everythings so simple from the roof (Taken with instagram)

The roof. Everythings so simple from the roof (Taken with instagram)


In this photo taken Jan. 26, 2012, Antonio Palacios Martinez pushes his boat  with a wooden pole in the Lake of the Aztec Kings in Mexico City’s Tlahuac  borough. A 20-station metro Line 12, or Golden Line, is expected to open this  summer, cutting in half a commute of more than four hours a day by bus or car  for Tlahuac’s residents. Few people in this semi-rural borough deny its  benefits. But for many, the metro’s arrival is also a sign that the slow rhythms  of their unique little piece of Mexico City, already fading, soon will come to  an end. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)
Read more: http://www.stltoday.com/news/world/mexico-city-modern-metro-meets-ancient-aztec-life/article_30188361-eba6-56e9-ba62-81fa359251c7.html#ixzz1m07wjGYk
THIS IS SO COOL!

In this photo taken Jan. 26, 2012, Antonio Palacios Martinez pushes his boat with a wooden pole in the Lake of the Aztec Kings in Mexico City’s Tlahuac borough. A 20-station metro Line 12, or Golden Line, is expected to open this summer, cutting in half a commute of more than four hours a day by bus or car for Tlahuac’s residents. Few people in this semi-rural borough deny its benefits. But for many, the metro’s arrival is also a sign that the slow rhythms of their unique little piece of Mexico City, already fading, soon will come to an end. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)



Read more: http://www.stltoday.com/news/world/mexico-city-modern-metro-meets-ancient-aztec-life/article_30188361-eba6-56e9-ba62-81fa359251c7.html#ixzz1m07wjGYk

THIS IS SO COOL!