El Minero

Alhondiga No. 12A, Guanajuato, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 36000, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Guanajuato

A Day Excursion to Guanajuato

A travel blog entry by sfotch on Sep 19, 2013

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... the hill top as a reminder of the common man's success which led to the independence of Guanajuato.

We got back in the van to rive into the city central. Along the way Jose and Stacy asked about the old cemetery that had uniquely preserved most of the interred as mummies. Dahli told us about the story and we drove to the ...

Aaahhhhhh . . . The Worst is Over (I think)

A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Aug 03, 2013

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... computer screen (where the essay questions were) and said, "Okay, ready?" Pens ready and full of hope, we were ready to listen attentively to what he was about to say. "The essays on the test will be numbers 4, 5, and 6." What!!! I was sooooo excited, as was the rest of the class. He just knocked down the numbers of essays I had to plan from 4 to 1. Nice! So, after profusely thanking him and Katie, a group of us headed out to a café to ...

Still crazy, but better than last week!

A travel blog entry by ksullivan on Jul 07, 2013

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... went home with Maria Elena because she had an extra bed). Anyway, I got a text message in the middle of the night from Ricardo asking me to open the door. I really couldn’t be mad seeing as I’d done it multiple times. Plus, it wasn’t actually his fault. He had his key, but someone had put the "seguro" on the door. It’s kinda like a deadbolt, but you can’t undo it from the outside. We made fun of him for it (and hoped he ...


A travel blog entry by williams12 on Sep 07, 2012

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... with hills ablaze with coloured houses. We were met as arranged, after a few anxious minutes standing waiting at the end of our alley with our luggage and getting a few odd looks from a few passing locals. They were two Rasta looking Mexicans with little English but seemed very friendly, they helped us carry our bags up through the narrow alleyways to our house. The house had great views over the valley and a table and chairs on the roof. Everyone seemed to use their ...


A travel blog entry by alexengel on Aug 30, 2010

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... that it will be the local/regional connections and the grassroots actions that creates the real and lasting changes iinto the future.

Best of luck to my colleagues at the UNDPI conference this week who are ensuring that our partners voices are heard and acknowledged when it comes to issues of global health and development http://www.un.org.au/DPI_NGO_Conference .aspx

Hasta Luego!!