Suites Casa De Las Manrique

Av. Juarez 116, Guanajuato, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 36000, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Guanajuato

My Second Graduation

A travel blog entry by doove


... enough had shoved pretty much a whole plant down her ear, which no one else seemingly shared my bemusement and entertainment about… even after being like ‘look, SHE’S GOT A PLANT IN HER EAR’ haha – well it kept me happy if no one else. There was also an old grandma in one of the front seats of the beer trucks with the most dead pan face through it all – even when students were bouncing and rocking the truck she was sat in – well funny!

Unbelievable Week--I relaxed!

A travel blog entry by ksullivan


Well, Week 1, Session 2, was a great week. I had a presentation on Wednesday that, once I found an article to present on (which was pretty stressful), was pretty easy. I actually found myself taking an hour long break 2 times (what?!?!) this week to relax and watch a telenovela (soap opera) with Rebeca. I don't know if I've ever explained telenovelas last year. They're just as dramatic and ridiculous as the ones in the ...

Much better!

A travel blog entry by ksullivan


... don't know if it's ironic that it's called that, or if it's because of the beer activities I just described. Anyway, third was the food: Doritos with lime (I didn't try that, but it caught my attention. They put lime on everything here in Mexico.), and some thin bread sticks that I bought out of curiousity. Apparently they're called churritos, and they tasted kinda like those crunchy noodles that are sometimes on Chinese food.

Welcome to Guanajuato!

A travel blog entry by ksullivan


... for me. :) I asked if they were part of the family that I'd be staying with, but turns out they just work for the agency that organized my home stay. So, off I went with Mario and Guy #2. They loaded up the trunk of the car, opened my door for me (feeling extra special now), and we were off. It was about a 20 minute drive to Guanajuato, and there were a few moments when I almost felt like I was back home--we passed ...

Crappy Mood

A travel blog entry by hmplewa

... They were wonderful!

Our music class was devoted to organizing our concerts. My group spent most of the time brainstorming, researching, and trying to figure out all the details for the event. I think we’ve done a pretty good job about getting things together, but I felt quite frustrated while we were working because I felt like we were wading through deep water and not getting anywhere. We did make some progress, but it was really slow. ...


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