Hotel Posada Las Campanas
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... washing out on the roof then wandering down and roaming the town, we had our favourite little square to finish in where we would sit and have drinks and watch the world go by, being serenaded by the old mariachi men who after a few songs would all sit on the bench under the tree and have forty winks to get their breath back. We’d wander back down in the evening to eat and be part of the evening crowd. All the steps would have families eating and socialising in the ...
... to use before we're completely out of water.
I went to salsa and danced with one of the new students that's learning super quickly so it's more fun now that they'll learning more. Friday night one of the teachers had a party at her house to say good-bye to all the students who had graduated. It was good times as always, and we went out to go dancing afterwards. We went to the same place as before, and I had ...
... cheese/spinach crepes and a Leon beer, returning c 2015 128 MP. David's bag was still on the bus: Carlos was upset with El Bombero as he had been told to empty the bus so El Bombero will be responsible for David's out of pocket expenses. Went for a short stroll of some 20M thereafter on my own: the city is busy and it was fun to people watch plus get some ideas for early morning photos.
Back to diary update and suddenly there was wifi; whee! A few emails and bed by 2145.
... out, so it really shouldn't have been that much of a disaster).
Anyway, we ventured out on the town for an explore. The town is full of people wandering around and socialising, it's very beautiful and I would highly recommend a visit to anyone! We sat at a restaurant on a square with very low trees (I could just about walk under them and Dan had to duck!) and listened to various mariachi bands and other buskers playing their music. ...
... on the project, Holly and I went out to dinner. On the way there, I stopped in Jardín Unión to look at some paintings. There’s this guy who is always there and makes these absolutely beautiful paintings of the city. I ended up getting a painting (done with spray paint) for $50 pesos, which is about the equivalent of $4.50 in dollars. The painting is absolutely beautiful. It’s of the tunnels here.
Holly and I ended up eating at a place called ...
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