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Travel Blogs from Cuernavaca
Today I woke up so hung over from the night before! I didn't do anything except sleep and lay out by the pool and soak up my last sunshine for a couple months. I kept putting off packing, because I wasn't ready to leave. It felt like just another day and we still had time left in Mexico. But eventually I did shower and pack my stuff up. Then Molly and I walked to our taco place on the corner of our street for one last ...
... for teaching. Most of the teachers do not have degrees but instead they are basically interning for Conafe to receive funds to continue their education. The teachers get paid very little and a lot of them are secluded in rural areas, living in the schools that they teach at. Most of them do it simply because they love children and they love to teach. Hearing the teachers talk today, ...
... our teacher like she said we were going to have to. I am truly learning a lot in my Spanish class though! We have learned several different sentences and I have a test tomorrow to determine how well I'm doing. I'm not a good test taker so we'll see how this actually goes!
This evening we went out to a couple of bars with a group of at least 15 people. It was a lot of fun hanging out with everyone! The first bar ...
Today we started our actual Spanish Language classes. Some of the Spanish I had in eighth grade is coming back but there is not much left in this brain of mine. We worked mainly on the alphabet and some preliminary things. I think I can get it if I can get the pronunciations down a bit better.
After school we went to the mall and a store called MEGA. So many ...
... of a mariachi band floated up to serenade us. This is a town we could stay in for a while.
The rest of the trip we chilled out on the activities a little, though we did go back to downtown Cuernavaca to check out Jardín Borda, a large garden area with lots of fountains, and the Robert Bradley museum, a fancy house that used to belong to the real life most interesting man in the world. It was filled with masks and artifacts from around the world and was arranged ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking