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... it called in any language) so we said goodbye to our families.. it was a sad but also a happy moment.. after that we enter and we started searching the "duty-free stores" so when we realized it was almost time to get in the plane.
We get at the plane and we take off, the scenery we've seen that night was extremely beautiful because we flight at night and the city of Mexico ...
... Our guide is this crazy extrovert with a great sense of humour and a really difficult to understand accent. He wears the biggest sombrero I've even seen, all ripped and threadbare and covering most of his back when he tips it back to see better. He takes us to the largest cake store I've ever seen, with 90 kg wedding cakes that are over three meters high. He introduces us to avena (a strange tasting, slightly alcoholic drink that is supposed to be ...
... high enough for the altitude to make aerobic exercise difficult and any conditioning from our time in South America had obviously worn off because he was knackered after the first ten minute match. "My legs felt like lead, I felt worse than at the end of my marathons, and the dust from the pitch had given me a coughing fit. The heat wasn't helping too much either".
We had done plenty of walking around towns and hiking up mountains at altitudes far higher than ...
... ourselves a small tip due to poor Spanish
- Attack of the Mariachis at plaza Garibaldi
- Opera Baguette and coronas
- Disappearing clouds at Teotihuacan
- Accidental long bus through the country – hot and full of babies.
- English girl stalking us at Teotihuacan?!
- Re-familiarisation with travelling and life in hostels (shared showers, noise etc)
- Metro boom ...
... after throwing the bag back in the room [even pens were not allowed]. First, however, was a quick look inside the Cathedral. A service was on so our access was limited. The curious locks' collection reflect prayer to a saint to stop local blabbermouths from yapping! A marker for the first visit of Pope John Paul II in 1979 was between depictions of St Domingo [the Dominicans, the dogs of God] and the Franciscans [the most beloved order in the country]. When the Jesuits came, they ...