Hotel Real de Minas Poliforum
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... out and about, and I explored a few more new places. I also had my first street food, elote. It's corn on the cob with either mayonaise or, I think, sour cream, which is what I chose, and cheese. Monique has a picture so once she sends it to me, I'll post it on here. Saturday morning, after 8 beautiful hours of sleep, I got up, did some homework, and then took a 4 hour tour organized by the university. We went to ...
... a Chevy dealership, Holiday Inn Express, and, the most surprising, an Applebee's. It was right next to the Holiday Inn so maybe it was for the American tourists. Once out of Leon, from the little I could see, I think it would have been a beautiful drive to Guanajuato. Guanajuato's in the highlands so I saw the shadows of mountain peaks.
My first thought about Guanajuato? Dang, I'm going to get lost a lot. I ...
... 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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... reminded about my facebook status, though, many times throughout the day. For example, there was this old woman walking down the street who looked really poor and downtrodden. Then, there was this young guy playing the accordion in the street and a little kid asking for money. Despite the fact that today was not my best day, and despite the fact that I was in a bad mood, I am, truly, truly blessed. Now that I got that off my chest, I can tell you about ...
... to just be a little drug trafficking near Tijuana and the border. However, the President’s brother is in the drug business big time. The President wants his brother to be the only drug lord in Mexico, so the police have started really cracking down on all the other drug distributors and are causing drug wars among distributors. This is why the violence is spreading all over. What corruption! I guess it is interesting to know what the perspective of a true Mexican person is ...