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... sing our Spanish/English translation favourite, Eres Guapa. The crowd, and the band we were upstaging, were clearly loving it pointing/singing back to us, with feint chants of "otra! otra!" So I continued with my rendition of Sex on Fire and of course FUN- We Are Young. No microphone was needed, my voice feeling every strain of it and it felt amazing! So much fun. Then of course "de pronto FLASH" with the head turn/cheesy teeth ...
... do for tomorrow, and now I'm typing this. I'm feeling surprisingly awake, but I'm planning on going to bed early. I like to start off the week on a good foot if possible.
This week was quite chilly and wet. The wet part is good because we're still in a drought, and I don't mind the cold, but it's weird wearing long sleeves shirts and still being cold in the middle of July! This weekend was nice, though, so I think we're back to normal.
... and then for all of us to head to a cafe with Donna to get some work done. Well, apparently that plan wasn't in the stars, because we spent ALL morning (which for all intents and purposes lasts until lunch at 2:00) at the university. Donna ended up meeting us at the university, and all of us, except Amy, had problems with our computers. It took forever! Luckily, for about an hour and a half we were all just waiting so we took advantage of that ...
... some nice views. Then we went to the city of Leon which is the biggest city of the state of Guanajuato, and we figured we would be going to the downtown area for a couple hours, not so much. We ended up going to a very American style shopping center for about two hours to eat lunch and then we went home. It really made no sense and I’m not sure why we did that at all but Guanajuato was definitely worth it. Everyone should go there with their significant other ...
... of the mine owner's dog - odd. The mummy wasn't like those dessicated ones from Egyptian tombs but instead had quite a lot of pieces left! Guanajuato is known for mummies because the minerals in the soil preserve bodies well. There's a mummy museum in town of people who failed to pay their taxes and now will have to spend the foreseeable future with everything exposed to tourists!
We walked around the rest of the grounds ...
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