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... for dessert. It was something like a cream danish.
Directly after lunch, Sasha and I headed out together to do some sight-seeing. We first went to the Mummy Museum. Walking through it, I had an interesting range of feelings, everything from initial interest and curiousity to disgust at the fact that these were people on display to a sick feeling in my stomach. When they said mummies, they weren't talking about people all wrapped up in ...
... over to our now favourite restaurant for lunch, Casa Valadez. We enjoyed a nice bottle of white wine (which has been hard to find so far), bruschetta with a variety of breads, Aracherra & a hamburger (of all things). All meals were absolutely delicious! After one too many vinos, we headed back to B&B for a power nap.
Feeling refreshed after our kip, off and away we were again for dinner at a little Tapas Restaurant down the road, located in the San ...
... behind a commercial billboard. We’re a little wary about someone being able to sneak up on us in the middle of the night, so we lock everything together and to the chain-linked fence next to us. We also build a fortress of brush and thorn bushes around us. Yeah, we might be paranoid, but we’re camping in a city and we aren’t completely hidden from view. Better safe than sorry!
Day 40 (1/26/11): 7 km to Guanajuato's historical center
... Delaware, was telling us what he'd been learning in his cooking class, which I start this week - yay! - so several of us decided to try and find a restaurant several teachers had recommended. It was a long, long walk, far out of the center of town, but so worth it. Mexico Lindo, I think it was called, set in a pretty outdoor garden, with the best black beans I've ever tasted (Katie said made with lard, which explains why they were so ...
... level. There had to be most of the school´s 20,000 students getting loaded all over downtown and dancing and singing to all the mariachis.
Mexicans are pretty friendly folks and I stuck out like a sore thumb out trying to snap photos, so a group came over and started practicing their drunken ingles on me which ended up in a full scale pub crawl until almost 5 AM (for me). I actually took it easy because you could ...