Holiday Inn Irapuato
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... friendly and funny.
Guanajuato was the nosiest place in Mexico which trust me is a very hard record to beat, every night there would be heaps of dogs barking at the top of their lungs and canons going off every hour also every night rain and loud thunderstorms would come on.
Throughout Guanajuato we had a little square where we would go every day to have a drink or a bite to eat, one day some old mariachi men ( 70 years or older) came along and asked us if they ...
... 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!
... an invitation to Mario’s friend’s house for a bit of wine and cheese. Still raining, we arrived at Veronique’s who was hosting a small get together on her terrace. She was having her concrete floors stained and so in order to get to the terrace we had to climb up the ladder.
Despite being the adventurous girl that I am, I took one look at that ladder and said no. Robyn looked at the ladder and said no. We looked at each other and agreed hell ...
... and Eli went at dinnertime (Jamie's husband had been struck by food poisoning). We saw that we missed the dancers, who were still sitting on the curb behind the church in bright feathered costumes, so we went to dinner on one of the squares and ate outside in the shade. Eli found some Mexican kids playing with Legos on the sidewalk and when the food came, one of the Legos went straight away into the dip. I'm trying ...
... and if Burkina Faso(I like that name, too) was that great somebody other than Brent Mahan would actually knows it exists. Guanajuato is another Unesco World Heritage city so it´s got to have something going for it and Robert Earl Keen does mention it is the great song ¨Mariano¨ which I still think was really about Itorvide my former employee from Chiapas. So I go in sufficiently curious.
And then I arrive. When it comes ...