El Marques Hacienda Hotel
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... their water source. He pointed out the Cathedral, the city square, the former Jesuit monastery, the College buildings. It was an incredible sight and so compacted. Behind us was a statue of a man with a hammer in his hand. Dahli explained that the Governor was warned that St. Miguel and Allende were on their way to liberate the city. Since other attempts had failed he gathered all of the richest people ...
... actually show up on the test, and then we'd have to choose one. For a normal class, I'd be okay with that, but not in this program. There is no time to plan 4 essays (the minimum number to prepare to guarantee one would show up on the test), three of which are not necessary. That's one of the differences of this program versus others. There's very little ambiguity. Things are more precise in not only assessment, but also in the ...
... with the cat next door, and there's also a younger cat that seems to be scared of humans. Turns out, the cat is the kitten's mom. So cute!
At the end of the week, after my afternoon class, I went home, did homework, and then watched TV with Rebeca for a half hour before I went to bed around 11:00. It was nice to get to sit around and just watch TV, even if it was only for a half hour. The reason I did homework on Friday, besides the fact ...
... the Conde de Rul, who was the richest man in Mexico for hundreds of years. We walked around the hacienda at the start of the mines which was an insight into his lavish lifestyle.
We then made a steep climb to the Monumento al Pipila, which sits on top of the hillside overlooking the city. This is my favourite part of the day, with amazing views across the entire city. I could easily spend a whole afternoon just looking at this view!
Love Guanajuarto :)
Let's see, what can I tell you about today? Breakfast was almost a repeat of the first morning. However, something she made was spicy, so Rebeca told me if it was too spicy, I could just leave it. I noticed Moisés didn't eat his and was once again very grateful that I had miraculously been placed in a home with a Mexican who doesn't like spicy foods. The drink was also different, but delicious. It was some kind of tea, but ...