Camino Real Guanajuato
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... and gardens of an older and rich family of Guanajuato. The temple of Valencia was very beautiful and intircate. The story of the church is that it was built by the owner of the silver mines to atone for his many sins of exploitation against the workers. The church was huge with amazing detail, it was haunting in a lot of ways. There were many statues of Jesus Christ, mostly on the cross. I didn't stay very long because there really wasn't much to do there, but ...
... she wanted some sangria, but she didn't have any wine. And she needed ice. So, after much coaxing, I gave in and we went. Except, we learned, Oxxo (the convenient store on every corner of the city) doesn't sell alcohol after 2 (I think it was) on Sundays. And, after walking from place to place, we could say with all certainty that nothing else was open. I was not a happy camper. I just wanted to be on her rooftop, which is where we finally ...
... arranged a younger Couchsurfing host called Juan, who was a really awesome guy, and had a fantastic moustache!
Met up with him round the main church, which was pretty impressive and had a bit of a Sagrada Familia feel to it, then went for some decent food and beers. Visited quite a few of the local hangouts, finishing in a really old and authentic Cantina, which had a pretty erm… open toilet area, and some erm… interesting graffiti on the walls (see ...
... aka, I can go to the full dance class on Tuesday! Yea! We're down to one guy, another girl, and myself, but that works out well since, with the teacher, we have an even number of guys and girls. I must say, though, I need to work on my turning technique so I don't get dizzy with all the turning . . .
My second morning class, about the products, practices, and perspectives of the Mexican Revolution is interesting, but ...
I'd be broke if I tipped every single busker who has ever sang or fiddled or plucked his/her guitar near me. But this time I did. It was better than I could have imagined... driving into Guanajuato on a crowded bus, winding through the tunnels into and out of the darkness all the while accompanied by typical live Mexican music. It was like the beginning of a movie...
Such was my introduction to possibly the prettiest little town in all of Mexico! Set between three ...