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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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7 years ago I moved Puerto Vallarta and began work as a primary school teacher. I had never taught children before, had a 1 month training certificate to rely on and 40 eager minds to "mould".
The experience would change my life.
During my 2 years at the school I realised that being a teacher was what I wanted to pursue as a career and I made the decision to return to the UK to train and qualify as a primary school teacher in Cambridge.
Almost 5 years later ...
... The trainer had her do a few different tricks and behaviors for us and we each got a cheek-kiss from her.
The trainer brought out another sea lion and asked "Ok, who is first to swim out to the deeper water with the sea lion?" We all kinda looked at each other unsure of what he was talking about or what was supposed to be happening. Someone raised his hand cautiously, and the trainer had him swim out to the center of the ...
... downtown area being hassled every 30 meters with menus to restaurants and every handcrafted pipe ever made in Mexico. Being girls, every stalls and every restaurant you go to or walk past you are pestered with the same question. " You got a boyfriend señorita? You want a Mexican boyfriend? Thanks for the offer but ill pass! After 6 weeks of being in Canada and no attention from any half descent guys we have had more comments and looks from locals seeking foreign girlfriend in ...
... before we chopped the items and prepared each dish at the table before eating. The salsa was great and the moule enchilada was a good finish to the meal. Eddie and Sheila, dining room table mates, joined us for this lunch. A great way to get to know them better.
This was not one of the most exciting of tours and we felt rushed throughout. However it was a pleasant day and an overview of this ...
... of people, faking that they like art, but really are there for the free booze. We end up at our friend Lucy’s and Maureen is working at the back of the store making an awesum margarita, and serving one for her and one for the customer. We are greeted by Lucy saying, “it s the chef, how did you cook those ribs the other night?” well, can not, not revel in my glory. I give a short dissertation in front of everyone, while I am drinking my first margarita, Angie buys ...