Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Irapuato
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- Continental Breakfast
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... raining, luckily not too hard though, so off we went, as close to the buildings as possible to try to avoid getting soaked. We were pretty successful, besides our feet.
Okay, last thing I want to mention is about my phone. I've been checking it out, and 1) am hoping if I listen to the radio on it at a different point of the day the options will be better or otherwise I have to be very disappointed with Mexican radio and 2) have discovered ...
... wasn't that bad, and it gave us the opportunity to see the different kind of people getting on/off the bus. Luckily we had a lovely fellow on the bus who spoke some English and saved us from getting off at one stop early.
Due to the lack of a/c, we had to leave the windows wide open, and a huge truck filled with pigs drove past..poor mum & I gagging from the smell. The trip was only another 45 mins, and then we reached ...
... somehow or spanish passes and we get into our room. For dinner we pick a lonley planet choice that (according to our luck isnt open), so we grab some street food and have some beers in a bar that serves good beer, cheap, plays good music and is very close to our hostel. Result! The next day we wander the city taking in the spectacular architecture (especially the theatre with roman-style columns) and the markets before heading back to cook dinner. This is hampered ...
... out, so it really shouldn't have been that much of a disaster).
Anyway, we ventured out on the town for an explore. The town is full of people wandering around and socialising, it's very beautiful and I would highly recommend a visit to anyone! We sat at a restaurant on a square with very low trees (I could just about walk under them and Dan had to duck!) and listened to various mariachi bands and other buskers playing their music. ...
... big churches are lit up. I live with Raquel and Erasmo, a very personable retired couple. Raquel was a secretary and I haven't been able to make out yet what Erasmo did or does. More work in Spanish needed, clearly. Also living in the same house are Jamie and Seth, a couple from Northern California who arrived with me, and their two kids June (five) and Eli (eight), who they want to make sure have some language exposure while they're young. They live in the country in ...