Centro Vacacional y de Convenciones Metepec
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... warning us that the boys had run off with Michelle's handlebar bag; journal, ATM proceeds (about $600), credit cards, MP3, player loaded with 20 audio books, Spanish phrase book, flash light and other small things. (Luckily her passport was stashed elsewhere.)
A nice Mexican family walked by Michelle as she sat alone deep in though. Frankie, Mercedes and their lovely daughters. They looked at Michelle's loaded bike and the stack ...
... tyres of Vietnam....not what we expected at all. Heading east out of the city, we once again started to drive towards the hills, seeing even more houses built within them, then soon we were in the country and all you could see was rolling green hills for miles, just like home! I have been really shocked at how green Mexico is, where is Mr Amigo sat on his horse next to a cactus in the dry desert??!! We then drove through one of the ...
... has a "glove"-glove with a long somewhat narrow basket attatched. On the court "in bounds" is a serving area (3 smaller squares) and a "long" and "short line". The long line is appoximatly 1/2 way down the court and short is about 3/4 of the way down. The ball is about the size of a raquet ball, but hard and somewhat bouncy. When you serve the ball you bounce it 2 times and then catch it in the basket and immediatly sling it to ...
Well, today is my last day in Metepec. For a number of reasons I made a decision 2 weeks ago that I would leave the school and Mexico and head to Nicaragua. Rather than going into it, lets just say the wind blew and I followed. Since making my decision to leave, I have been studying Spanish like crazy, and practising on everyone possible, as I believe the language barrier is going to ...
... only English speaking Mexican teachers here, and immediately my hours were changed and I was given a much clearer idea of what I was supposed to do. The school is unorganised but very accommodating. Right now, i'm teaching many different age groups, from 6 to 17 year olds, all with a very different grasp on English. The primary students are great fun, and although they are noisey, they are always very eager to be involved in the activities. Today I couldn't leave ...