Hotel Insurgente Allende
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... are breath taking over and over again and it never gets old. Thankfully, this time with the sunlight, it was a little bit more seasonable and we could enjoy it a little more without shivering in the night wind.
All of the running around had left us ready for a break, so we decided to go down to Clara's restaurant: La Sanguria. Clara's little shop is beautifully rustic and would fit in perfectly in Madison. Everything is either barn wood, chalk paint, or both, ...
Sheila took a picture of one of the cities underground tunnels. As we walked back to the center park of the city Dahli pointed out the staircase that served in place of a street and then on to one of the narrow streets of the city central.
We arrived at the Central Park and found some statuary ...
... in the background. I joined them and it was such a great way to end the crazy 6 weeks!
As the girls in the group started heading home, Antonio pulled workers from the bar to walk them home. Chivalry is alive and well in Mexico! The best, though, was Amy. She kept refusing the offer and so about a minute after she started off, Antonio nodded to the guy who he'd asked to walk her home and he headed off behind Amy. It was the ...
... and I really liked working there. It's really just in a corner of a plaza so it's kind of an open air cafe, but not really. It's hard to explain, but I have a feeling I'll be spending more Sundays there doing work. For dinner Rebeca served us carnitas (it's a dish made with pork) and cake left over from party (she had hid the cake for us in the oven so that no one would eat it!), and then I did another 2 hours of homework. One more week, and I'll be halfway ...
... of dogs barking and howling all day and night – Oh and the cockerels. I have realised that Mexico is impossible to capture on a photo because for me so much of Mexico is the sounds. Not sleeping great this week but have lots to listen to and watch during 2 to 5am.
All my anxieties at the beginning have been proved wrong, so far Guanajuato has been my favourite place. We got into the habit of working in the mornings, passing small talk to neighbours while ...