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... Museum of the 19th Century, the impressive University of Guanajuato, the ruins of the ex-convent Diegui, and the stunning Teatro Juarez, inaugurated in 1903 by the dictator Porfirio Dias.A place that we just had to find, was a little alley known as the Callejon del Beso, the "Kiss Alley". It looks like almost any of the narrow alleys that climb up the hills, but it has a famous history. At one point, it is so narrow that two balconies from houses that face each other, are only 68 cm ...
... to work under stress because I'd say about 1/3 of the students' immune systems have given out on them and are sick in some way shape or form. I just had a sore throat that lasted about 24 hours and an annoying runny nose. I feel lucky because most have it worse than that!
Well, let's see what else happened this week. Well, one day I had the living daylights scared out of me. I was talking with Rebeca in the kitchen, but I was on my way ...
... 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 ...
... salsa danced and drank tequila, sang at the top of our lungs with a group of teenage girls and mariachis, and the next day saw as many sights in Guanajuato as humanly possible.
I love that town and I love my new friends. Thank you Mario and Victor for a truly spectacular time!
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... lived on average only another one to four years.
We went down into the mine along a steep staircase with huge, uneven steps. The walk back up had all of us panting, and once outside again, the guide pointed out on a map the tiny bit we had covered, compared to the huge depths of the mine in total (I think it went down something like half a mile, but I'm going to check on this). There also was a mummy of an unnamed miner and ...
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