City Express Irapuato
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
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... location (I'm the closest to school as far as I know--about a 2 minute walk, all down hill). So, if it wasn't for this crazy amount of homework, I'd be having a great time! But, that being said, I am enjoying the experience, the other students are awesome. Alright, I officially have just under 8 hours to sleep to get a good start to the week. Nice. I'll try to post something again next week. Happy 4th of July to all!!
... because Rebeca asked me if there were any foods I don't like, and I mentioned that I don't like spicy foods, and I found out that Moisés doesn't like spicy foods. Nice, probably one of two Mexicans that don't like spicy foods, and I'm living with him. Perfect!
Rebeca showed me around the first floor of the house, and then I got ready to go to bed. I drifted off shortly after hearing some chuch bells chime 11:00.
... didn't come down with him. She's white).
So whatever we walk to a store and bought myself a small loaf of Pan de los Muertos which is only done at this time of the year. Good stuff.
He meets his mom at the house and starts arguing about getting to use the car because he has a client he has to show around the city, she didn't want to give it to him because he's irresponsible and bla bla bla. I started to play with his 5 year old ...
... I had always kind of pictured them like the size of a langostino or a large crawfish. That they are small kind of makes it worse. I thought to myself, should I kill it? But I hesitated. What if it can jump and sting me or something? I went back into my room and immediately thought better of not killing it. So, it was back into the hall to kill it. Gone. The scorpion had now disappeared, so now I really had to worry about it.
The sounds ...
... a good time as well. Luis actually turns out to be damn good at any instrument with strings and plays the upright bass and some sort of mandolin in a 12-20 piece band they call a callejonado which is basically a band that supplies the music for a roving street party. A callejon is a narrow alley of which there are zillions in this town and the tradition is for the party to move through town picking up people like a giant conga ...