Camino Real Guanajuato
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... with a good sense of humour 'very cheap, almost free!'.
We then drove on to Tula and a hotel in the middle of a golf course so we could be up early next day to visit the Tula archaeological site which we had almost to ourselves - huge standing figures that once held up a roof on top of the pyramid, a ball park - they were big into ball games but a wrong move could cost you your head.
We got to Queretaro shortly before sunset, able to enjoy ...
... time we were there to enjoy a bottle of wine on the rooftop. WOW. I can't imagine a better way to have started my last summer in Guanajuato. The view from up there was incredible, as are many views in Guanajuato. It's hard to go wrong in this city as far as that's concerned! We enjoyed the perfect weather, view, and great company as we celebrated our nation's independence. On most days I would have called it perfect company, but it was also my ...
... going out!" (out, as in for a walk). Ha! It was funny because it caught me by surprise. It wasn't a suggestion, it was a command. She had decided I needed a break. I had literally just made plans with Amy to go out for dinner so Rebeca said it was okay that I do that instead, as long as I was going to take a break. So, I worked for another hour more or so, and then got ready and left.
That dinner was the best--it was ...
... other stuff, and for dessert, chocolate cake and a banana and they were given a carton of milk and a food package as they were leaving...It is probably the best meal that they get all week... I think that the meal is planned by nutritionists to be a very nutritious meal.... I would have enjoyed the meal... ...
And they were very appreciative - many of them thanked me and blessed me - I think that the more ...
Guanajuato is a popular student town and one of the prime spots for learning Spanish. Many language schools are based here, all heavily marketed. It was no surprise then that gringos abound plus the highest concentration of Oriental students we'd come across in all of Mexico.
Our learning and practice of Spanish in Mexico has been a lot less formal though. "Estoy apprendiendo en la calle" (I learn Spanish on the street!). This method has its ups and downs but ...