Way back in January 2012 I embarked on a quest to visit every station of the Mexico City Metro system as well as the surrounds of each station. The purpose of the project was to gain a greater understanding of one of the world’s largest megalopolises.
Early on Matador Network showed interest in promoting the project by placing an earlier blog entry introducing the project on their Pulse page. I can report that the project was completed in July 2012. After hundred of hours roaming the streets and a more or less equal amount of time uploading photos and writing blog posts in English and Spanish I finally threw out my well worn shoes and leaned back content. Just recently I completed a post in review of the project. I picked up a lot of followers along the way. Maybe you might be interested as well. There are thousands of photos of Mexico City in all its glory – street food, street dogs, litter, grand monuments, street art, museums, parks, statues, glorious and shabby architecture, traffic, the ordinary and mundane, pulque, beer, me, the extraordinary and of course a hell of a lot of chilangos (residents of Mexico City) plus lots more. For a kind of virtual experience of the great DF (Distrito Federal), stop by.