Hotel Kasa Express
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... got spicy potatoes dad got chicken and mum got cactus which was disgusting according to her ( uh-oh mum isn’t really good a trying different things now she’s never going to have something traditional again).
The main thing in Guanajuato was the mummie museum, the soil in Guanajuato preserved bodies they dried up but didn’t rot it was interesting but not very nice to look at. Some of the mummies were babies which was horrible all in all it was a grotesque ...
... decline in homework, I also was able to actually spend some time with the family I’ve been living with for the last 3 weeks. Instead of eating and running, I was able to actually chat for awhile after eating a couple of times which was nice.
A new group of students arrived at the university and so my dance class went from the more advanced final classes of the course to square one. At first I was a little bummed, but we ...
... I kicked off my sandals, climbed through a window, and basically ice skated down the slippery steps. The bottom of my feet were brown and gooey for the rest the night. I didn’t care!
However, at the top of the ladder was a gorgeous spread of food. Roast chicken, hunks of beautiful cheese, fresh figs, green grapes, a salad of tomato, zucchini, egg, and avocado tossed in a little balsamic, olive oil, and lemon, and of course, wine. Heaven. We sat on the terrace ...
... enough of "can I have...? will you buy me...?" So they went home and I went back to the church where the band started playing again. I squeezed into a free spot on the courtyard wall between a woman and her three kids and a grandmother and heard some great music. Not religious songs but more along the lines of Big Band stuff, even in the church later on. I stayed until I could no longer ignore Mom's warning about hearing ...
... running over it and all sort of staircases leading down into it. The streets up above are very narrow and a lot of them are pedestrian only. There are basically two main streets running along the ex-riverbed and then a million little alleyways that climb the steep hillsides on both sides. The archictecture is pretty typical Spanish-colonial, but the way its laid out makes it light years more interesting than Zacatecas. Ever ...