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I was lucky enough to meet some company on the way up to El Pipila in the evening. I was told that it's dangerous to go there in the evening alone, but I was determined to take evening photos of the whole town. Happily I did it!
My company a local musician, also brought me along to a salsa club where we danced. Couldn't get any better than this for my last night in Guanajuato!
Okay, everyone, welcome to my Guanajuato adventure. It's started out really well--I have so much to say I barely know where to begin!
Well, I had a smooth trip. I slept pretty much slept the whole time I was on a plane. I literally didn't sleep at all the night before because I kept thinking, oh, it'd be good to get that done. So before I knew it it was time to get up and get ready to go. Whoops. Oh, well. I ...
... and cautious on descents—especially slippery ones. No thank you.
It took us a long time to get down that mountain, a few slips (but no actual butt landings), and a bit of frustration. It was the most strategically interesting hike I’ve done. And at five hours, I don’t really ever want to do it again, but of course I’m so glad I did it. And hugely impressed that Mario spent his college days discovering these mountains.
We showered up ...
... place there. Then we went downstairs into the catacoombs. Wow!!! many people interned there and the religious icons
and very very narrow halls with super low ceilings.
Then on to dinner at the most amazing restaurant. The name is Panteon Taurino which means the graveyard of the bullfighters. The tabletops are ...
... work there on our project. We arrived at around 9:15 a.m. and the office still wasn’t open. It is supposed to open at 9, so that kind of bothered me a little bit. I guess Gaby was just late opening it up. Holly and I ended up sitting on a bench for around 20 minutes just waiting for the office to open. When we finally got into the office, Holly and I worked on researching our artists for our project. I spent almost an hour-and-a-half researching ...