Lydi Talks about Taking the Bus in Guanajuato, Mexico
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Lydi Talks about Taking the Bus in Guanajuato, Mexico

Public transportation is something that’s uncommon in rural Nebraska, so it’s taking some getting used to as Lydian finds her way back and forth from her classes in Guanajuato, Mexico. In this video, she talks about her experience finding the right bus that morning to take down to the Centro. Though she could walk to her classes, she can either take the tunnels (25 minutes) which are dark and dangerous for a female walking alone, or she could take an overland walk through the city that will take at least 50 minutes. She’s learned that though the buses have their routes written on their windshields that it’s always best to ask to the driver whether he goes to her stop or not. Navigating the bus system in Guanajuato is pretty easy and much safer than walking the tunnels by herself.

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