Holiday Inn Salamanca
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... sure that we had spent more time on buses than in a town, and all we wanted to do was be at the beach. The 5 hours finally rolled around and we boarded the bus to Oaxca with some Mexicans who thought we had lost the plot. The 4.5 hour journey flew by as we woke up in Oaxca, tired disorientated and annoyed we had yet 1 more bus to take to get to Puerto Escondido. Earlier we had researched buses to take from Oaxca and we gathered there ...
On our first day in Guanajuato, we made plans to visit the Don Quijote Museum, the House of Diego Rivera, and the silver mines, but ended up doing much more. The Don Quijote Museum relates to Don Quixote de La Mancha, a famous Spanish literary hero. Several artists recreated Don Quixote using many different mediums and different styles. It was really cool to see all the different ways artists presented Don Quixote and his adventures! Our next stop was at The House of Diego Rivera. It ...
... It was a cool feeling. We decided to call it quits at 3, which allowed us to get 4 hours of sleep. Oh, goodness.
That being said, I slept most of the bus ride home. We took Primera Plus, which I'd heard all about. It was super nice--we had a movie to watch, a free snack (Japanese styled peanuts) and a drink, and nice, coushy seats that reclined back really far. I've spent this afternoon doing the few hours of homework I ...
... hacienda, which you'll see in the pictures, and then to the mines. My camera memory card ran out of space towards the end of the hacienda so I don't have pictures of the mine, but there really wasn't much to see anyway.
That's my week in a nutshell. Everything's going great with the family. From talking with the other students, I'd say I have the best overall situation--great family, great, homemade ...
... the buildings. Because Guanajuato is so hilly, none of the buildings are on exactly the same level. On top of that, some of them jut out into the street more than others. It really looks like someone just threw the buildings onto the side of the hill and was done with it. I don't know how better to explain it at the moment. I took a few pictures to give you a little bit of a visual. It just looks very hodgepodge.