Thursday, October 22, 2009

Cervantino, 2009

Cervantino was amazing. Will n Amber, and Lacy n Jeff came down to do it right in Guanajuato. There was drinking, sightseeing, drinking, dancing, more drinking and laughing our asses off. We couldn't have spent this trip with any better people. Thanks guys!

Getting started right off the airplane!!!

Mexican security system.

Happy Birthday Amber!

Real men drink fruity drinks.

Guanajuato, Gto.
Now everybody, FREEZE! Museo de Momias.

Always on hand....

One of the first mines in Gto.

After a round of shots, everyone needed a hard hat.

Apparently, cool enough to take a photo.

Museo del Inquisicion

Monkey in the back?

Up top at the tower of Pipila.

Starting off the night with a few shots, and a bottle of wine...

Try and explain that stain to your man....

Finishing the night with a bang...

We partied it up, took tons a photos, toured the town, laughed our asses off and experienced one of the best fiestas in Mexico. Cervantino is definitely something you must experience! Saludos!!!


On Mexican Time said...

Ohhh looks like you guys had a blast!!!

I wannna goooo...

D. R. said...

Hi! I may sound like a stalker but I promise I'm not!
I've been reading your blog for a while (can't say I remember how I found it though) and enjoy it a lot. I've always wanted to leave a message but never felt like I had anything insightful or helpful or even funny to say.. anyway!
I was heading towards Obregón today and drove by a tattoo place and a sex shop right next to it called Sex in the City (I think) on Av. Hidalgo. Is that your shop? I was all excited when I saw it :)

If you ever need someone to talk to, feel free to contact me. I live preeeetyy far away from el centro but go to school nearby.

Anyway, yeah... I'm not a stalker, I swear! My name is Dayna and I'm a 26 year old translator and interpreter of English, Spanish, and French.

Refried Dreamer said...

hehe... thanks for stalking... I mean, checking out my blog! Yeah, that's us! Feel free to stop on by and say what's up! I'd like to check out your blog, but I noticed it's, uh, in spanish... and uh.... it's in spanish. ;)

Anywhoo, nice to meet you Dayna! Feel free to comment as you wish n looking forward to talking to you soon!


D. R. said...

I hardly ever go to el centro (I live in Tlajomulco, by las plazas outlet, past bugambialias, el palomar and el club de golf santa anita... pretty far away!) but I will stop by one day to say hi :)

Yeah, sorry about the blog being in Spanish. I've had one in English on livejournal since 2004 (most of it is private but if you want to check it out: and back in February I decided I wanted one in Spanish that none of the people I know could read (I suppose I could have an actual journal but the thought of using my hands to write is not very appealing) so that is why it is in Spanish. I don't use it much though so you're nt missing out on much. (I've written about school, one guy and the one time I got run over by a bus back in february)

Anyway, sorry for the mini rant! I'm going to Santa Tere and Obregón next week so maybe I'll stop by. You seem like a really cool person!
Have a great weekend :)

Refried Dreamer said...

I'll check out your blog. I don't live in Centro, I live out in Zapopan... on the way to Bugambilias... so if you're ever around, lemme know!


D. R. said...

Oh where in Zapopan? My sister lives in La Calma and my... uh... "friend" (never know what to call him) lives there too so I go there often :)

Yeah, feel free to read the public posts so you get an idea of who I am (it's only fair, I mean, I did read all of your entries this one saturday when I didn' feel like doing homework) and you'll know I'm not a crazy internet stalking lady :p

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I've been living in Mexico now for about a two years with my hubby and 2 kids. Not exactly by choice, but we're here nonetheless. Luckily, I live with quite a few of the accomodations that i was used to in the states. In spite of those convienences, we also have a water tank with asbestos, outdated electricity, massive amounts of dust, caterpillars that burn your skin, and thousands of windshield washers on every street corner. My kiddos and I are learning to speak spanish and adjust to life away from our family and friends in the States.


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