Meson de la Fragua
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... Luna, one of the grandkids. She was holding a little hamster. So chatted with her, pet the hamster, and continued on our way. That afternoon I headed to my first dance class. The instructor I'd been dancing with the last two summers at the university opened his own dance studio just before I left last summer--I went to one class there last year. So, while at his house on the 4th of July, he told me that it'd be pointless and boring for me to go to ...
... here than anywhere else we've been in Mexico, and I can understand why. Wow - I thought I was going to have a lot more to write about here, but now that I've started I realise that I can't really explain the feel of the place. The buildings in the town were great, old, stone, imposing buildings that has history steeping from between the stones. The streets were narrow and tall and winding. The ...
... to our birthday song.
On Friday after the afternoon class, we said our goodbyes to those who weren't going out to celebrate the end of the session and who were going home the next morning. It was sad because at best I'll have 3 more weeks with them next summer, at worst just a day or so in the in-between weekend if we end up atteding different sessions.
That night, to celebrate, we all went to a ...
... mummy in the world. The bodies were
taken out of their graves between 1865 and 1958. Guanajuato used to have a grave tax that had to be paid either in one big lump or smaller fees every year. If a family didn't pay the tax, the body was removed from its crypt and another one put in. Maybe due to the extremely dry air here, it was found that certain bodies had dried out before decomposing. The mummies are very strange - some are wearing clothes and others aren't. Some are ...
... their shoes didn’t get completely soaked. I thought about taking off my shoes, but seeing as I was wearing flip-flops, there wasn’t much to get wet. A couple days it also rained earlier in the day, too. This is good because we’re experiencing a big drought down here. Actually, at the moment, we have no water. There’s drinking water because they buy it in big containers since you can’t drink the tap water, but if ...