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... like it would be a tricky task, however random people, all the way down the long block, pitched in to help all cars back out safely, giving hand signals and direction until we could turn off onto another street. And with a wave and honk of the horn to our rescuers, off we went again, bouncing down the impossibly bumpy cobblestone streets of SMA. It may sound like a mundane story, but I found this event fascinating.
Finally I arrived in front ...
... the Conde de Rul, who was the richest man in Mexico for hundreds of years. We walked around the hacienda at the start of the mines which was an insight into his lavish lifestyle.
We then made a steep climb to the Monumento al Pipila, which sits on top of the hillside overlooking the city. This is my favourite part of the day, with amazing views across the entire city. I could easily spend a whole afternoon just looking at this view!
Love Guanajuarto :)
I did go to the opening of the dam--it wasn't exactly what I imagined. First off, Neal (the guy from class that went me) and I couldn't get a bus because they were all jammed packed (Do you remember the super-full bus explanation I gave early? Every bus was like that.) Plan B was to take a taxi, but that didn't work either, so we ended up walking. That being said, we arrived after the opened the dam. I was a ...
... the walk, or least Alan, Ian and David [yours truly of course]. Alan was flagging, often sitting wherever he could at stops. I told him I knew he was hurting when he couldn't even walk as fast as David. Must ask Carlos why he walks down stairs backwards [his knees]. I was happily surprised to find out, Roddy, San Miguel de Allende is a World Heritage Site! By 1050, we had done a square and carried on. Many Americans have retired here, old bags walking their dogs [sometimes a ...
... 4 cloves fresh garlic
3 TBSP dried oregano
Rinse hominy 3-4 times. Cook on low heat for 1-2 hrs with chicken breasts and some salt until the chicken is cooked through.
Tear chicken into strips, slice radishes, halve limes and tomatillos, dice all lettuce, dice cerranos. Slice poblanos into strips. Dice onion.
In a blender: some salt, all garlic, all cilantro, all tomatillos, all poblanos. Add water until it's halfway up the ...