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After first discovering it, we made a daily beeline to Mercado Hidalgo. The tortas carnitas (roasted pork on a powdery roll served with salsa and guacamole) were irresistible to Mario. Meanwhile Dee was happy to find and feast upon those same tasty prawn cocktails as they had in Leon!
We ticked the main touristy boxes like climbing up the Pipila. It took all of 15 minutes of huffing and puffing up ...
... across the city, including the cathedral (aka la Basilica Colegiata de Nuestra Seņora de Guanajuato) by the Plaza de la Paz, la Parroquia del Inmaculado Corazon de Maria, the baroque churches of La Compaņia and La Valenciana, and la Iglesia de San Diego on the pretty Jardin de la Union plaza.
We also visited:
El Callejon del Beso (Kiss Alley)
Guanajuato's own tragic Romeo & Juliet love story. Local legend has it that ...
... She sounded like she was mad the whole time she was talking it. Haha. I’m not sure if all French sounds like that or if she really was just mad. I think this is my first experience spending much time with someone who is from France.
Another important thing to note is that I got my grade back for our first presentation in my music class and I got a 20 out of 20! YAY! I didn’t think we did that well, but I guess he really liked our presentation! ...
... job! Our tour guide worked in the mine for many, many years and is now able to do tourism. He asked us for tips, but Alma paid him a large sum for all of us. I really felt like giving him a tip anyway, because he was so nice, but I didn’t because I didn’t want to make the other students feel badly for not or stand out. I should have just done it, though. I regret that now.
On our way home, we had to pass by our house, so the bus just dropped us off at our ...
... Livia was smart enough to suggest that we take a photo together. So, we took a picture of me wearing his hat. As soon as we took the photo, he left. It was kind of like a strange dream, honestly. I didn’t even get to give him a real hug or get his name. I feel terrible about that and am still kicking myself, honestly. I mean, how can a girl let a handsome Mexican boy give her his sombrero and not even get his name?! Geez…I guess I learned a lesson for ...
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