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... last few kilometres. As we arrived in Guanajuato, we passed though some of its famous underground streets. In the heart of town, the river was diverted underground through a wide tunnel. Later, this tunnel was made into a roadway with slipways in and out running under the historic centre. The walls of the tunnel were uneven, as if we were passing through a long cave. Pedestrians were using the route too. Emerging back into the weak, grey evening light, we saw a guy riding a tiny ...
... which (like many in Mexico) is a deep, lush green because of the heat, sunshine and rain that it experiences plenty of each of. We get the impression that the old town is a major tourist centre, so there was no shortage of people coming up to us asking for money, selling trinkets or entreating us to eat at restaurants. Avoiding some of the more aggressive restaurant sales pitches, we round ourselves at what appeared to be a family-run place looking ...
One of the most recognized Fiestas de Querétaro for its mysticism and tradition are the Fiestas de la Cruz of the miracles begin on September 13 with a large gathering of concheros dancing their chichimecas rites for all arcs, raising the Cerro de Sangremal to reach the Temple of the ...
... area to check my emails. I was there when the lady I'd be sharing a room with arrived. As a quick sidenote, Pablo, the guy who works at the hostel in the afternoon, was so personable and helpful. He always greeted me by name when he saw me. When the lady arrived, I smiled when I heard Pablo tell her, whose name I later found out is Alejandra, that she'd be sharing a room with me and that I was "buena onda." Literally it means I'm a "good wave" (as in the ...
... people come to the garden to dance for a couple of hours and then leave or sit on the numerous park benches and talk.
At 8:30, Diego and his troupe set up the theatre and performed his show to an audience of 40 or 50 entranced people. We watched the show this time, from behind the theatre and loved the interactions of the two puppeteers as they performed. Diego and his musician friend told the story at the side of ...