Travel Blogs from Guanajuato
... preserved some of these remains are! It is a little eerie to view preserved fingernails, hair, and the clothes melded into the bony remnants of the mummy. The baby mummies are so sad to look upon. In fact, the smallest mummy in the world, a 6 month old fetus, is at the museum. The fetus was buried next to his aged mother, believed to be 40 years old, who died before the birth. Whew... little draining to see all this!
Unfortunately, we ran out of time and ...
... it's just a silly think they do here. Once I got home I ate a little, took a shower, and almost went straight to bed. However, my friend Maria Elena showed up so we chatted for a bit and then I politely kicked her out. I was in bed by 10. :)
Saturday I worked all day until about 6:30 when Ricardo, Maria Elena, Dave (Maria Elena's house mate and another student from our program), and I went to a Folkloric ...
... the times in Cancun it almost feels normal, yet I was pretty intimidated by these policemen, and the way they looked at us. Definitely didn't trust getting in a car with them... They ended up taking Monica's friend in the back of their truck to spend the night in jail which was just mental, and then drove us to the Oxxo to meet Edgar. Crazy.
We then visited the Rincon de Parangueo, which involved walking through a long, dark tunnel ...
... So, after an hour and fifteen minutes of constant spinning and falling backwards (on purpose, it was one of the new moves the teacher showed us, man some of these moves puts on awful lot of trust into these guys I barely know!) my stomach had had enough so we called it quits about 15 minutes early. Next week we'll see what happens. If that other guy doesn't show up, I guess I'll be dancing with the teacher (who, by ...
... for tomorrow. I also made note cards to study for my business test tomorrow. I caught up on a little journaling (not much), and then went to bed around 1:30 a.m. I started off getting a lot of sleep on this trip, but as time goes on and on I get less and less sleep. I think that is good, though, because I’m enjoying and taking advantage of the days more.
By the way, I’m a little sick. I have a cold. It isn’t too bad, though. A lot of people ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsMeson Cuevano Guanajuato
We would highly recommend this very clean, quiet and economical little hotel
located just a few minute's walk from the centro. The rooms were comfortable and so were the beds. Breakfast was perfect - hot freshly-brewed Oaxacan coffee, tea, juice, sweet breads, cereal, yogurt, granola and fruit. Sophian, the owner, was very helpful and kind. Meson Cuevano was a gem of a find, in a beautiful city!
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