a bit about Sigifredo
What do you do and why do you do it?
Business Counsellor, Helping Organisations exploit the internet and Social Media.
What’s the worst job you’ve ever had and why was it so effing bad?
I can say that I have always done what I want so I haven’t had a job that sucks.
Were you born and raised in Mexico City?
No, I was born in Guadalajara I I’ve been living in Mexico City for more than 15 years. I came here after I finished college because I was offered a job here and I stayed.
What’s your current hood in Mexico City and what’s the best/worst thing about it?
My current hood here is Santa Fe, the best thing about it is that it’s the most modern area of the city. It has everything, the best shops, the best restaurants (also most expensive). The worst must be that since lots of companies have their offices here, it is very difficult to commute to on working days at working hours.
What kind of music do you listen to and what kind of music do you absolutely HATE?
I really love music, I consider myself a rocker more on the alternative/punk and I HATE Hip Hop .
You’re broken hearted – what tracks does your heartbreak playlist consist of?
Sexed up- Robbie Williams Ojalá que te mueras – Pesado Love will tear us apart – Joy Division
Name the best TV shows of all time, and what makes them so good?
Friends, because it was always funny, and Game of Thrones because fantasy and treason are part of this life also.
Name some spots in Mexico City that are good for a Tinder date.
La Condesa because it has some nice places without been cheap or too much.
Which public figure would you want to see “roasted”? (every public figure is fair game).
Who’s your hero and where in Mexico City would you take them out for a serious hang?
I can’t think of any particular hero, I have lots of people I admire, and the place depends on who it is. I am an all-time tourist and there are two things that I like the most while traveling, surprises and watching people.
Where do you buy those fabulous clothes of yours?
No place in particular, I bought things I see and like.
What’s the area/ spot in town you’ll never be caught dead in?
East of the city.
What’s the thing you LOVE to do in your city that you never get to do?
I love to walk, but Mexico City as one of the busiest cities of the world you don’t have the time to enjoy it, you have to run.
Where do you go in Mexico City for a casual night out?
Santa Fe, La Condesa, La Roma, Polanco.
Where would you go in Mexico City to celebrate some freaking good news?
Santa Fe, because most of my friends live here.
What’s your choice of transportation in Mexico City and why?
Transportation in Mexico City sucks if it is something to do in Santa Fe I would walk, but if not, my choice is a car, because in Santa Fe there is no subway, but if you want to go downtown, the subway is the best, fastest and cheapest choice.
What are the Mexico City spots a first-time visitor can’t miss?
Zocalo, Museo Antropologia, Coyoacán, Xochimilco, Tenampa (mariachi) and Arena Mexico (fights) just to say a few.
What are the Mexico City spots tourists should run from screaming?
East of the city.
Tomorrow’s your last day in Mexico City. How do you spend it?
I would wake up early and go have breakfast at Lalo! Then I’ll go to Zocalo and drink a Margarita on the terrace of the Majestic Hotel with a spectacular view of the plaza. For lunch, I would go to Pujol restaurant, then to the Limantour for a couple of drinks and with luck to listen to a good rock band at the Plaza Condesa only to finish the evening at the Tenampa in Plaza Garibaldi to drink tequila and listen to Mariachis to death.
What’s your favorite vacation city in the world and why?
In Mexico it's Playa del Carmen, because it has the most beautiful beach in the world, the people are very friendly and you still have great food and nightlife. Abroad my favorite vacation city is Las Vegas, because it has everything for every plan.