Camino Real Guanajuato
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... a stern expression wearing blue jeans and a t-shirt. His girth overflows the small metal desk behind which he sits; his big shiny black shoes point forward under the desk with a certain amount of authority. Otherwise, there is no sign of licensure, no stethoscope, no white coat.
Kerry in his best spanish explains the problem.
The "doctor" asks Kerry to lie on a metal table. He pokes his stomach. The examination takes four seconds. ...
... br> Three main industries in Guanajuato are silver mining, tourism, and the main business, the State university. The large number of students give the city a great vibrancy. The school of music and culture is close to the centre of town so music is everywhere. Not only that, there is an endless supply of musicians for the Mariachi bands which hit the restaurants every night.
After dinner and sing-along, we join a crowd for a local cultural treat, Callenjoneade. ...
... how long I would actually run after it. Well, after a half-block or so, a very nice gentleman that was walking down the side walk saw my situation and . . . gotta love Mexicans! . . . started running after it as it passed by him. He started to stop it with his foot, but I think he realized that he'd soak his foot, so then he got a little ahead of it, bent down, and scooped it up!!! Phew!! I ran up to him and gave him the most sincere MUCHAS GRACIAS ...
... and the only thing I really did there was eat!
And that was pretty much that – the hat trick of colonial, world heritage sites, which you can walk round in about 20 minutes, leaving the natural things to do – sleep, eat and drink! Was good to have a bit of the relaxation time in San Miguel, followed by the partying in Guanajuato – the less said about Queretaro the better!
Next stop – jungle, waterfalls, sculpture gardens, rainforest and a damp tipi… ...
... of the students are renting. It was a beautiful house, and the view from the rooftop, as frequently happens in Guanajuato, was absolutely gorgeous. Pretty much everyone was there, including those who had just arrived for the second session. We stayed there until about 11 and then went out for just a little bit more. I called it an early night because I had plans the next day.
Saturday I took a day trip with ...