Biely'S Seaside Shangri-La Apartments

Address: San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico | Condo
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A travel blog entry by losingyourself on Oct 22, 2012

... br> This won't be resolved through politicians.
We can't treat it out of existence.
We can't feed it out of existence.
We can't educate it to death.

What can we do?
Fight or flight.
"Use your sixth sense. Keep your eyes everywhere."
Oh, this is so very real.

Well, that was our favorite mall.

Tips for Teaching English

A travel blog entry by porunmejorhoy on Apr 16, 2012

... and erasers. Try to steer away from candy.

Games include: competitions, fly-swatters (hitting the correct word on the board), charades, hang-man, I Spy, categories, running up to the board to write the correct word, etc.

Talk to other volunteers for more ideas, and spend some time at an Internet cafe looking up activities.

Don't talk to students about drinking, partying, your personal relationships.

No cellphones or pictures during ...

La maldición de la oficina de inmigración

A travel blog entry by gatogo on Sep 26, 2011


... across the border, but we wasted more than an hour in the immigration office, trying to get our new 6-month tourist visa taken care of. We didn’t realize that when we left Mexico at the end of July, we were supposed to have our passports stamped to properly check out of the country. Instead, we just drove right on through the border and were excited that the U.S. didn’t want to do a full cavity search of us as well as empty the contents ...

Down Time in Cuernavaca

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Nov 23, 2010

... he started. I think he pushed himself too hard so that his venture became about "getting there" instead of enjoying the journey. Ed now is taking Spanish classes with a "homestay" and eventually will make his way by bus to Venezuela and return home from there.

Amazingly, we did not take any pictures after returning to Cuernavaca......

Bienvenidos a Mexico! - Day One

A travel blog entry by amycatalino on Aug 26, 2010


... It was a wonderful experience, preparing for this journey with 42 other YAGM along with the ELCA staff and YAGM Alum team that lead the orientation. Yesterday we all said our goodbyes, wished each other Godspeed, and departed for our countries of service. The team of seven YAGM Mexico volunteers arrived late last night after 2 planes and a bus ride from Mexico City.

Orientation today was pretty basic, but meaningful . We ...