City Express Irapuato
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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Driving through Guanajuato was like nothing I've ever seen before we went through long wet musty tunnels to get there and seeing the houses on the hills all of different shapes and colours was amazing. To get to our house on the side of the hill we had to go through narrow windy alleyways and up 59 steep steps, luckily the owner of the house had got to helpers who would carry some bags for us up the steps. They were 2 Rasta’s called Carl and Eddie who spoke little English but ...
... but it was fun.
Today, Sunday, it was back to work. I had about 60 pages to read for tomorrow, and there's LOTS to read for Wednesday so I'm going to try to begin that after I get done with this. There was another welcome dinner for the students that are new this session so I went to that, but that's about it. So, it's back to the same old boring routine of classes, reading, and studying. Three weeks to go exactly!
... strawberry milk. Now, I'm not talking Nesquik strawberry milk, but liquified strawberries thinned out with milk. Delicious! After dinner, I went straight to my bedroom to do a little typing and email answering before going to bed at 11.
After one day here, I can confidently say I can make my way to school and back. It only involves 2 or 3 streets, depending on how I go. Now that I have the important place down, I've got to work on the rest of the city!
... food that was amazingly prepared. Can you say coming home looking like an elephant!
Next to the Theather that was built by Porfirio Diaz in the late 1800's (sidebar) while he was president the peso was far stronger than the us dollar. Thought I was in the movie Like Water for Chocolate it felt just like that time.
On to the statue of the Pipila, ...
... 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 ...