Holiday Inn Irapuato
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... Heck, now I need tri-location!)
Anyway, besides the beginning of the mixed feelings, my week started out a little rough. I started getting sick on Monday, it was the worst on Tuesday, and then Wednesday I was considerably better. I'm still a little stuffy but I'm more or less better. However, I have nothing to complain about considering what some people have gone through. Apparently fours weeks is the average duration of an immune's ...
... their shoes didn’t get completely soaked. I thought about taking off my shoes, but seeing as I was wearing flip-flops, there wasn’t much to get wet. A couple days it also rained earlier in the day, too. This is good because we’re experiencing a big drought down here. Actually, at the moment, we have no water. There’s drinking water because they buy it in big containers since you can’t drink the tap water, but if ...
We travel into town on the back of a truck to this awesome and unbelievable place with colourful houses scattered over hills and winding, cobbled streets with tunnels running beneath and around it all. Ro steals our drivers whiskey by mistake on leaving!
We stop with Carmen, a local lady who was really friendly. We see a few hundred mummies dug up from a local cemetery in the Museo de las Momias, and keep an eye out for Carmens relatives in a ...
... convo with different words a few times and then he grabs my face (not violently) to pull me in and that's when I got out of the car, walked to the ladies selling churros (bought one) and asked what way to Pipila through the underground roads (tunnels through the hills the city has been built above)...... it was far. Took me 45 minutes of fast walking to get myself to an area where I could see Pipila and knew 100% where I was and different routes back.
... digestive system with street food. The old train station in town has been converted into a market with miles upon miles of pork shoulder and ceviche stalls, which I dug into. Also, at night that Mexican corn they do at Toro (rolled in crema/mayo and smothered in cheese). is sold on just about every corner. Oh, and tortillas are really way better than the little rubber circles we get in Boston. They're soft and they crisp up really nicely when fried. ...