In terms of athletics, I feel predisposed towards an intense hatred of this country. Thanks to two fraternity brothers (thanks,Oscar and Gerardo!), though, it made for a pretty fun place to travel. Just watch out in San Miguel de Alliende.
Jenny and I’s last day in Mexico, and the reason we extended our flight, was dedicated to a bullfight. Held every Friday in connection with the State Fair of San Luis Potosi, Oscar had actually never been to one either. From a cultural standpoint, it was really interesting and a lot of fun. The vibe … Continue reading
If Zacatecas was my favorite day, Guanajuato was probably my favorite city. At the same time an important historical city and a university town, it has two of the things I tend to like a lot in places I visit. Jenny, Oscar, and I arrived in Guanajuato a few hours before our other fraternity brother … Continue reading
Zacatecas is famous for being the site of an important battle in the Mexican Revolution 200 years ago. The day we arrived here may well have been my favorite day in all of Mexico. It started with a walk around La Bufa, a hill overlooking the city from which Pancho Villa directed the Battle of … Continue reading
Jenny and I flew into San Luis Potosi, our friend Oscar’s hometown. Oscar joined my fraternity at Centenary my senior year, and has since transferred back home to a college in SLP to study thing that I’ll never understand. We spent the first few and last few days of the trip exploring San Luis, and … Continue reading