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... last couple of weeks... Ah yes, basketball. I've only had 2 matches since returning from the Easter break, and they were terrible. I have a really bad attitude sometimes, and it is so frustrating, but I just can't seem to shake it :( I let my head go down really badly if I make a mistake, when I know I shouldn't, it's normal, people make mistakes... but there ya go, that's me. Need to change to stop letting my team down.
Oh and the girls ...
... it, so I held the tears and fought back the urge to ask for water or cough up my lungs....lol. The only drink available was the fore-mentioned SPICY cocktail...hahaha. I played it off well because Arturo followed me and dug in for a big chunk of the same salsa. He almost instantly had watery eyes and gave me a look of "WTF!?!??! Why didn't you tell me it was that hot!?!?!?!" LMAO ooops.... All I could do is laugh at the situation and then ask for water like ...
... says tomorrow about how to change American attitudes toward teachers and schooling to be more like Finland's. (In Finland, every teacher has to have a Master's degree, and teaching is such a competitive profession that they only admit about 10% of applicants into teacher training programs. The saying there is that if you can't make it as a teacher, you can be a lawyer.)
One particularly odd thing: since the conference is being held in Mexico, and a ...
Malm and I arrived late. . . after dark. The taxi driver pulled in through the courtyard of the hotel and it was quiet. Just the sound of Spanish television in the background.
Our room was bright, with bright orange walls, and stains. Stains everywhere. We had two beds but we only slept in one. The other we jumped on for hours!
... Gabino drove directly to the Mexican police station where he was informed that, in fact, there is no such law, and what the taxi drivers did to us was illegal. The police even told Gabino that we should have stood our ground and not gotten out of the van because we were “in the right” . . . but easier said than done!!
It was a half-hour drive to Corozal Town (the first town in Belize, nine miles south of the Mexican border) where we would ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChetumal Hostel
Very nice and cozy hostel we had for ourselves. The lady who runs it is very very nice and we had a great time there.
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