Casa Poezia Boutique Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Room service
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... bricks, and a long cement cylinder (I had to look up that word on a website for kindergartners. This whole bilingual think is killing my English!) to help me past the water. It's kinda like horizontal rock climbing because the stepping "stones" are so close to the wall that I had to hold on the the fence and the larger vines (that looked sturdy) so I didn't fall sideways into the water. What mini-adventures I have!
Back at the house I ...
... skilled artisans doing the faces in the murals where the least skilled work on solid color areas of the murals. They claim to be one of the biggest glass tile mural shops in the world.
The division of the company travels to trade and art shows to advertise their products and as stated above they have a catalog. They also competitively bid for jobs throughout the world. The bid process includes sending samples of their work based on the ...
... there were a few who were fluent in English and were able to converse with us well. I was surprised at how many students the school had and very surprised at how many go on to college. The school was very nice on the inside and outside. It reminded me of a school that you would see in California because you have to walk outside to get from room to room. One thing that I found very different from U.S. ...
We finally got to go and visit some schools today! These schools were definitely not something that I was expecting. They were in the absolute middle of nowhere and there were only about six students in each school. We learned that in order for there to be a school building, there needs to be six students and only one teacher is needed until a school reaches 29 students. At that point, a different school must be made ...
... final assembly. I won't say that my students are all speaking English fluently now, but they at least know that I truly care about them and they can say "Good morning". My kids are asking me if I'll be teaching English to them next year. It's not fun to say no.
I had to decide in May if I was going to continue to build relationships here for my last weeks, or if I would take a step back, which I'm so accustomed to doing, ...