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We had our hotel room until 1pm so we had another good sleep in, saved money with our free breakfast, and packed up our stuff. I had planned to get back in the pool one last time but after breakfast I didn't feel like getting my board shorts wet again and the pool was full of kids. Instead I opted for a nice long shower instead. Once we were ready to go we headed out to the front to check out, one of the men that spoke English that worked there came up ...
... the jacuzzi and Bobbie joined me. We were in the jacuzzi probably an hour and a storm started up and rain came down like little blocks of ice, at first I was like its only water and I am submerged in it, but the rain was really cold so we retreated to the room for the rest of the afternoon. For dinner we walked down the end of the main road to chilis, it was really packed in there but we got our food relatively quickly. On the way home we got Krispy Kreme ...
... a behavior system with 40 kids who didn't understand what I was saying. Oh, and the Principal told the kids we didn't know any Spanish (once they know, they stop trying to talk in English). I was also asked to teach the kids the past 6 units of each subject-since they didn't know the content from the first teacher-all in 2 weeks before their exams. I had my work cut out for me! I was told that kids in Mexico are different...they were right. They have so much energy, ...
When even the common thornbush
Is aflame with your glory,
O God our creator,
Who lives and reigns for ever and ever.
Walter Raushenbush´s words inspired me to write my own Thanksgiving Day Prayer. What will his words inspire you to do?
In peace love and gratefulness,
... a lot more attention to the rules, your situation and your gut feelings.
My theory is that there are many stages to learning how to spend an extended period of time in a foreign country. Typically, at least with American students (and in my case), they spend a month or a semester abroad, usually studying little and drinking a lot. The hope is, though, that from that initial experience abroad, you learn how to act and interact ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking