Hosteria Del Frayle
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... to go on, we had already paid for our trip to Guanajuato (Gto) with ISE.
We left the city on Saturday night to arrive on Sunday morning in Gto. We were approximately 200 people, split up on five big buses. They were color-coded and when we checked in for the buses we were assigned to a specific color.
The buses were advertised as Party Buses and well, let's just say there was a lot of beer and tequila involved. When the first people passed out drunk around 3am the ...
... well as the furniture and decorations inside any shop and hotel.We ate some gorditas at a side walk stall and they were great with the tangy chillies lasting for half an hour after. Gotta love the chillies. Getting on the mbus we then went to Tlaquepaque which is more upmarket an artisan area and really pretty with great streets to wander in and pedestrian plazas. The usual efforts to visit churches and museums. There really are some talented artists here and beautiful ...
... Maria Elena to do some shopping. We went to an art/craft fair, the same one we went to last year, actually. I bought some delicious jellies and an etched glass table decoration. The lady wrapped the glass decoration extra well, and we discussed the best way to get it home in one piece. I'm pretty confident it'll make it. I then accompanied Maria Elena to Danielle, Erika, and Kevin's place to say good-bye to them. Erika, Kevin, and Maria ...
... He even took off his shoes, waving one and then the other in the air before throwing them to the ground, in the course of the song! It was hilarious to watch, but what made it even better was seeing the musicians laughing at him and trying to keep it together so that they could play! Oh, goodness!
I spent the rest of the day resting and unpacking, nothing too exciting.
The next day I got up and headed to the ...
... 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 ...