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... than Brazil to declare war on the Axis. 300 volunteers (of which 30 were fighter pilots and the remainder support staff) formed a squadron known as the Aztec Eagles. The hulking trunk of a dead tree stands in front of the memorial. Thought to be about 500 years old, it was dubbed the Sergeant or Sentinel by the students of the military academy that was based up at Chapultepec Castle during the ...
... we decided to take a cookery class. Our chef, tutor and manic for the day was Augustus. The day turned out to be a whirlwind of swearing, Mezcal, and frantic food preparation all supervised by Augustus's pet dog Michael Jackson. By the end we were exhausted and confused but out of the chaos we had somehow prepared four different dishes including a black mole that contained no less than 28 ingredients, enchiladas, quesadillas and various sauces and guacamole. By the time we left ...
... packed with people and there were moments when I struggled to see water between the masses of boats. I was so glad to have finally made it!
Walking back to the train station I decided to cram in a trip to Coyoacan and thanked the stars for Mexico's excellent metro system. Although I'd visited this area before it felt completely unfamiliar to me and I had to keep asking directions before finally popping out into a throng of markets and tourists. I got a coffee at the famous ...
... lots of dog walkers around this area and the dogs are not of the cheap variety. There are the ugly but expensive hairless dogs, an Alaskan husky, pugs plus some.
We grab lunch at a little cafe before heading towards Condesa. There are more markets on the way and Hinesh grabs a chocolate crispy treat for 5 pesos and we enjoy this treat as we walk around. Condesa has a lovely cafe culture. There are a lot of cool bars and cafes in this area and its not cheap to eat or drink here ...
... a great panoramic view. We had coffee at a nearby terrace café with a view of the Bellas Artes. And then we continued through a major shopping street to the Metropolitan Cathedral where I, as always in any church or temple around the world regardless of religion, lit two candles: one for the living, and one for those in my life who have past away. We got back on the bus, and in the evening had an Italian dinner in Zona ...
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