Hotel Murillo Plaza
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... could, turned around, and headed home. As I passed the Oxxo, the convenient store, the worker there advised me to take off the other shoe (Quítate la otra, güera). Ha! Good call. I went straight to Blanca and Armando's house to change and then joined everyone else in Rebeca's house. I told them about the whole night but figured that if they, especially Rebeca, would have seen me soaked like I was she probably would have reprimanded me (kindly) and told ...
Shortly after driving into the quaint little city of Guanajuato (not Guantanamo Bay as Ciara is falsely reporting!) I decided that if I were ever to move to Mexico it would be without a doubt to here. The city is almost built into the hills. There's one windy road that snakes the whole way through the town. All the streets are cobbled, and there are hundreds of old stone tunnels that you drive ...
... that he was turning 30 (he turned 48, I think). I made a comment to Ricardo to the effect of, "Yea, like my grandma turns 26". WELL, Moises was standing right there so he obviously heard me, and made some kind of noise/remark of unbelief and then pretended to choke me. It caught me off guard because I was just thinking of my grandma, but I think he thought I was comparing him to the age of my grandma. It was pretty ...
... Several of the instruments were found and reconstructed. It was a pretty gruesome display of people/skeletons on the rack, on old water boarding implements and buried alive between the walls, and, I must admit, kind of entertaining at the same time.
By this time, contrary to losing our appetites after that exhibit, we were really hungry. The guide took us up to a restaurant, Real de Esperanza, on a hilltop with great views of the city. The service was excellent and the food that ...
... merengue, which I don’t know as well, so I learned a thing or two. Then, since I was 1) the only student the teacher actually knew and 2) more advanced than the others, I became the teacher’s assistant. So, I did get a few good dances in as we were demonstrating for the other students. When I was dancing with another student, it was a girl, so I took the guy part which is good because now I can teach the moves to other people. ...