Hotel Murillo Plaza
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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Back on the road and we didn't have to travel too far to meet more great souls in this lovely world.
Again luck on our side with the couchsurfing experience during this long easter holiday week.
This time in the lovely coloured town of Guanjuato to the amenities of this lovely young man called Beto(Umberto) and with guiding help of his lovely friend Beto(Alberto).
These guys showed us around the whole of Guanajuato taking us to the best spots for food and ...
... was about 10h in total. Every bus had two drivers. But it wasn’t how you are used too, that one driver sits next to the other one and at some point they swap seats. No, one was driving and the other one was locked into the cargo area to sleep :-O I was really surprised when I saw that the first time. They have this little niche in the cargo area that they are being locked in to, and are unable to get out unless the other driver lets them out. Maybe they are in contact via radio ...
... next stop. Friday 28th February. Early start for us to the bus station arriving at 10am by taxi. I broke my own travel rules and had not placed my coin purse in my pocket after getting money out. Exiting the taxi we head to the bus counter and this is when I realised my purse was still in the taxi! Yep about 120 dollars and my favourite astro boy coin purse gone. No way to get it back as travel rule fail number 2- note the taxi driver number, not done. Very very ...
... and there was about a foot of dry ground to rest in. It was pouring pretty hard and seeing as I was at the bottom of some steps, I used my time waiting out the rain to calculate the chances of the rain stopping before those steps turned into a waterfall. Really, there was no way of knowing because I couldn't see much of the sky. The rain could last for 5 minutes or for hours. More likely it would last an hour tops, but I didn't want ...
... last summer, but it was my first time there. There was guy outside the cafe singing that Amy and Donna remembered from last year. I hadn't really noticed him, but he'll be mentioned later on . . . We worked there for an hour or so and then needed to head home for lunch. I stayed at the house all afternoon to finish packing and do some more work. Ricardo, a first year student in the program who is my housemate, arrived that night. He got ...