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What do you do when you have something, that everyone seemingly needs, but you know longer want it yourself?
I think the fair the thing to do is give it away. In reality you must keep some of it, in order to continue passing it on.
Today, I built the same desk three times. I swore so loud that I'm sure another teacher heard me. I thought of Heidi, our YAGM director, who said there will be dark days. ...
Getting back to Neil and Ariels' meant some more chill time and doing things at a normal pace. Once again, we had a couple lazy and 'chill by the pool' days. Ariel took us through to L.A again to do Universal Studios. Although it was super packed and we stood in long queues to do stuff, we had a ball! We went on rides like The Mummy and Jurassic Park to get our adrenaline pumping. We felt like kids again! One of the highlights of Universal was the studios tour. ...
... the road that we are on- we can’t change the road and the world.
Remember, Mexico is NOT your home country (even if I now consider it as such). If you compare it to your home country and apply the same expectations you have there for your time here Mexico, you’re going to come up short. The same standards in the US or Australia, for example, with childcare are totally different. We’re not saying that ...
... large tidal changes. Actually they are huge … in the range of 24 feet. The floating docks have a ramp at the end that changes from flat to a 45 degree angle, all within about 8 hours. Of course, guess what the ramp looked like when we were ready to unload the jeep and take everything down to the boat? You betcha…it was at the 45 degree mark, similar to a double black diamond ski run!
When you leave a boat for a long period of ...
... Sunday stroll through Borda Garden (Jardín Borda). Originally, this was a house bought by José de la Borda, the silver mining magnate of Taxco, in the mid-18th century. HIs son was interested in botany and expanded the garden with many species of plants to go along with several fountains. The house has been converted into a museum with halls dedicated to temporary exhibits. One hall had ...