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... when Mexico was fighting Spain for independence in 1810, dodged bullets to run to the doorway of the Alhondiga de Granaditas, the granary in Guanajuato (now a museum) where the Spanish had holed up along with most of the food in the city, plus guns and piles of silver. Pipila set fire to the door, which allowed the Mexicans to take the building and take Guanajuato. Unfortunately, when you stand under the statue on the hillside, you mostly can ...
... lint-free cloth that are meant especially for the removal of such smearage. For whatever reason, the applicator on the end of the bottle of cleaning fluid decided to burst forth, and lens cleaning fluid liberally bathed my precious, month-old SLR. Yes. It was one of those moments like 'no way that just happened', but unfortunately it did, and I cried for about a day when an error message came up to the effect 'communication lost with lense' ...
... the hotel. The hotel, a family run operation, is very nice. The woman who runs it makes very good breakfast every morning (I had great chorizo quesadillas for breakfast this morning) and its quite clean. Like a lot of buildings in Mexico, parts of it are open to the elements, at least the common areas and hallways are. This makes for a nice breeze. Guanajuato is surprisingly temperate. There is no need for an air conditioner and you actually need ...
... ve never seen Todd a tenth as loaded as Luis but both of them are having the best time of anyone in the room no matter where they are (and Tommy, if you know his email send him the link if you could, thx). I really couldn´t get over how much alike the two are right down to busting everyones chops at every turn and Luis even confessed to getting wood for Michael Bisping!!! (I made that last part up)
Though there were ...
... more than willing to help us extend our collection.
After Dolores Hidalgo we went to San Miguel Allende, the place to be. At least that is what all the Americans think that live there. That was obvious when we entered the city of 140.000 inhabitants. Expensive houses on huge fenced and gated compounds, big cars and in the center many expensive western shops. We had a rest day, did some sight seeing and had a good time. The only thing was that we were gringos between ...
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