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... to the shena****ns by stabbing his daughter to death.
Apparently if a couple visits the Callejon del Beso without sharing a kiss on the third step of the stairway, they're in for 15 years bad luck. We're not usually given to silly superstitions, but then again, why risk it...?
We walked up to the Pipila, a massive monument of a guy holding a torch, with stands on a hill overlooking the city. It pays homage to a poor ...
... with the name of a famous deceased bullfighter and each bottle in the bar represents a dead bullfighter. The food was so very fresh and so so tasty. Had the prawns.
Then came the Mariatchi and the pantomine of the bull fights.
This was the most amazing experience. The place was just filled with people have such a good ...
... 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. ...
May 8th, 2010 (Sat)
1. Slept in until 11a
2. Get Market sandwiches and eat them at Carlos parents house
3. Drive to Guanajuato - sightsee - Eat there
4. Drive back
5. Bed early because early Mexico City trip tomorrow
Originally we had planned to get up early today and head to Mexico City for the weekend, staying at Carlos' apartment there, but we ended up sleeping in instead. It felt great and ended up working out ...
... Well - what luck! Thus ensued almost three fascinating hours with my own personal guide. I was especially interested in her discourse about the early people and their (somewhat grizzly) customs and beliefs. Amongst many other things,I learned about their underlying world views regarding life and death, and how this translated into their rituals of sacrifice. I also found out more than I ever wanted to know about the exact nature of ...
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