Centro Vacacional y de Convenciones Metepec
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... with them at their house.
Dave returned after meeting with the security manager at the store. They had video of Michelle going into the store with the bag and leaving with the bag. But the video outside the store shows only the exit and not where we were sitting. So video did not catch the actual bag snatching. It became clearer and clearer that he ladies outside the store were trying to warn us and we just were not ready ...
... also a common preperation with various spices and hot sauce, on olny tried a sip of this, i don't think i could tolerate a whole one...atleast yet. -pancakes - heavier than at home, with honey (i think this is the first time i have had stait honey on something) -seasoned pork chops -casadillas (sp?) with cheese and ham - very similar to at home -crissant sandwich with ham, pepperoni, lettece, toamto, and cheese inside, plus melted cheese in top. It was funny when it came ...
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 ...
... language yet as everyone at the camp speaks very good english. Although at times the Mexicans do have difficulty in understanding me. I am sure the language barrier is really going to hit me next week! Not much other news as I have not really been doing much so far apart from learning about the country and sleeping. I just wanted to say hi! Be in touch soon, Gemma x p.s. I am missing everyone already! but the other exchanges are missing home too so that makes me feel ...