Plaza Bajio Inn

Address: 133 Libertad, Celaya, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Celaya

Coloured dreams and monochromic realities.

A travel blog entry by khaikhai on Jun 20, 2015

... I received a piece of news that really broke my heart. A close friend of mine, whom I have always looked upon as a brother was said to have contracted a life-threatening disease. The news shattered me to pieces. I would like to think I am a practicing Muslim. So I know that "Truly, to Allah we belong and truly, to Him we shall return." And this has been fated. But nonetheless, I am still human with affections and feelings. We all lose our loved ones one day or another. ...


A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Jun 07, 2015

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... trinkets on sale, as well as workshops for children. The snacking wasn't over yet. At a street stall, we enjoyed a ponche (sweet fruit punch) made of apple juice and guava. It was accompanied by large, crunchy fried batted rounds. We savoured our snack on little stools in front of the stall where the ponche was being brewed, chatting to the proprietor. In a garden square nearby, a mime artist was entertaining a large audience. It was a lovely day to sit outside, with ...

Be brave.

A travel blog entry by khaikhai on May 01, 2015

... to recognize me via my Visa photo. Seriously dude? I had to scramble for Wifi to msg KPMG Mexico HR. Thank goodness I got through. So somehow, she called the guy and so we managed to meet. Old, scrawny and broken English. But that's all right. What was bad was he reeks of alcohol. I'm gonna get driven around by someone who just drank and doesn't look all that sober. But he's pretty nice I guess. But the drive was hugely forgettable. Swerving around trying to get the car in ...

Missing teachers - student strike

A travel blog entry by laurapayne on Nov 05, 2014

... what many feel is an elitistic Government. Our thoughts and prayers are tonight with the students - in the last few days we have seen police with leg armours, chest pads, riot shields, helmets and visors - both women and men federal police - we hope that the demonstration goes peacefully and that no-one gets hurt. rica-29913284

Day 2: Teotihuacan & Guadalupe

A travel blog entry by holliem on Sep 05, 2013

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... Maria. Apparently every year thousands on thousands of people walk miles and miles, sometimes crawl to reach Guadalupe. Even though I am not overly religious I did find it very interesting to see how overwhelmed some people became while visiting such a sacred place. We watched a reinactment of the four times in which Santa Maria appeared to the native Indian it was only after the forth time that the local priest believed him. There was a service going on in the newest & ...

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