Paseo de la Presa Hotel
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... view of a busy colonial town with flat roofed houses clinging to the hillside, painted in the most wonderful lurid colours - orange, pink, bright green, yellow. Just like the vivd colours of their embroidery and traditional clothes, as worn by Frieda Khalo. It was choked with trffic, often at a standstill, but some of it was pedestrianised, with attractive colonial squares and lots of churches and ex-convents. Church property at the beginning of the ...
... he struggles with Spanish at times, then I can too! Anyway, students started leaving the classrooms, and what a great feeling! I can't believe this is the last time we'll all be together. After all the hugs and greetings a group of us headed to Casa Cuatro which is a building with 4 restaurants in it. Amy, Maria Elena, Donna, and I went there at the end of last year for dinner just after one of the restaurants had opened. It was a great experience, ...
... I saw a callejonada, which is a group of musicians that play music in the street in the evening/at night. You can pay to walk around with them and they stop everyone once in awhile to tell stories and jokes. I have yet to go around with one, but we've been talking about doing it all summer. We'll see if it happens next weekend. Anyway, my friends were in a little cavern-type bar just off of one of my favorite plazas in ...
Mis Estimados Compadres,
Amigos, Amigas, Compañeros y Compañeras:
Now. Here. This . Ahora. Aquí. Esta.
Going to Guanajuato tomorrow for a day trip... It is about 60 kilometers from San Miguel..
It is the capital of Guanajuato State, the Mexican state that San Miguel is in. It was also
the city that the Mexican War for independence in 1810 started...
Guanajuato, Mexican ...
... Must be a guy, I thought, judging from the messy state of his bed. LOL! Turns out he was the Swedish cyclist, Andreas, whom we'd met before in Zacatecas. Small world! A few days later again I happened to be at reception at check-out when I crossed paths with a Mexican guy I'd met in Zacatecas two weeks before. Yes, I do talk to many randoms!
I hesitated to walk to the Panoramica road alone after reading online reports of joggers being robbed at dawn and dusk, but ...