Hotel Kasa Express
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Okay, everyone, I've made it through my first session! My week wasn't nearly as bad as some other people's because I did so much work last weekend. Monique, the other student living with me, went home on Saturday, so I'm all alone. Well, not really, because there's always family here, it's quite the busy household, but I feel a little alone without her here any more. :( We both plan on coming back to this house next ...
... thing ever. It's called a simulation call. Basically, you insert a caller into the program and set it to ring a certain number of seconds after you active the program. When you want to use it, you choose activate, and in the set number of seconds, the phone rings, as if someone was calling you. It looks just like a call too, with a running clock once you've picked up, etc. What's the purpose of this you ask? Well, according the the manuel (and ...
... Unesco cities, Guanajuato is jam-packed with multicoloured houses, fountained plazas, colonial mansions, cuppola-topped churches, cobbled callejones, narrow alleys and steep staircases that wind their way right up to the top of the steep slopes of the narrow gorge the city sits in.
Unlike other Unesco cities however, Guanajuato sets itself apart with its - literally - underground scene; The city has a unique human rabbit warren-like ...
When it was still dark outside early Friday morning, huge booms from the center of town, way down the hillside, woke me up. I heard bands playing like you hear in a parade and thought at first I must be imagining. When I asked Raquel at breakfast (in Spanish - curtsy!) what all the noise was, she said a church (the Iglesia de Compania, refering to the company of God, I later learned)was celebrating the festival of ...
... Erasmo's house is more on a staircase than a road - no cars are going along it. The houses, including theirs, have big outer metal doors and high stone and cement walls, like a compound, all next to each other. You go through that door and there's a garden with bourganvilla, lots of potted plants, a little bench overlooking the city.
All in all, it's pretty easy. The main challenges are to get better at Spanish and remember not to flush toilet paper (there's a wastebasket for ...