Camino Real Guadalajara
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... interesting to pronounce). That evening, we joined the hostel pub crawl in the local area and had great fun attempting to dance salsa. We were shown a few cool back street bars, including 1 with a very interesting toilet. It reminded us very much of our incredibly trendy Hackney home.
Managing to crawl out of bed the next morning, we headed East along the Real Minas to the colonial town of Guanajuato, which we'd heard many great things about. ...
... in a cone or on a stick. Best to see the picture for better understanding. So off we went to our house. Our house turned out to be a holiday home that belonged to Chris’s family. A small house with two bedrooms and a sleeping couch, perfect for the five of us.
The rest of the day we spend playing drinking games, swimming in the pool, playing drinking games in the pool and eating quesadillas. I’ll save you the details ...
Guadalajara is Mexico's second city but doesn't get anywhere as near as much of the glory as the capital. Nonetheless, it's got a thriving student scene and is the birthplace of some of Mexico's most famous traditions, that of the Mariachis and of tequila. Manuel's grandparents, on his Dad's side, live in Guadalajara's version of Beverley Hills, which is where we stayed, and I met some of the relatives on this side of the ...
... hotels right next door to these churches. After an early morning, we walked around the plaza for a bit and then we had a task to track down a local resident artist, Dimitar Krustev, who was a friend of a friend of ours. Mr. Krustev had given our friend a couple of paintings when he lived in Iowa. Our friend had not seen or heard from Dimitar in many years and was wondering about his status. Dimitar is in his 90’s, and had not responded to letters that ...
... rain here in February. But did it ever rain! And because of the clouds, it was cold!
During this time, I developed a cold that turned into a sinus infection. I was instructed to go to a local doctor who prescribed an antibiotic and by the time our friends Pat and Gail got here, it was almost all gone. Good timing! Not fun to be sick when entertaining.
Pat and Gail got the tail end of the bad weather streak, but the good weather returned and ...