City Express Tepotzotlan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... like I should speak it didn't help. My few attempts at English were met with blank stares and a longer, faster, and more exasperated version of their original communication. Rusty Spanish it was.
The Wyndham Silao was modern, clean, and did the trick. It felt quite safe, as it was filled with business travelers and families. Once settled, feeling thirsty and knowing better than to drink Mexico tap water, I headed across the lot to the strip mall ...
... that we would not have made it during that time period! After the torture museum, we went to the Temple of Valenciana, which was a small church filled with history and ornate decor. We finished our afternoon by joining the family we met for dinner, family style. It was a wonderful day! The people we have met throughout our trip so far have really added to our experiences here in Mexico. Everyone has been so kind and helpful, some even trying to take care of us. We have been very ...
Today was my first day working at Pro Mujer, a microfinance organization that gives small loans and provides basic primary health care services for its clients, or "socias." Pro Mujer is a unique organization in that it gives loans only to women and also provides the option of basic health screening services that are not always easily available in the public health sector.
Today I traveled with my supervisor to a small town ...
... don't know if it's ironic that it's called that, or if it's because of the beer activities I just described. Anyway, third was the food: Doritos with lime (I didn't try that, but it caught my attention. They put lime on everything here in Mexico.), and some thin bread sticks that I bought out of curiousity. Apparently they're called churritos, and they tasted kinda like those crunchy noodles that are sometimes on Chinese food.
... and had delicious pizza and a salad, along with the same cranberry-like drink we've had at "home." It's called something like jamaica, which I know is country also. I have yet to figure out what it is or what it's called in English. Maybe it comes from a plant in Jamaica.
Besides meeting some more people, I also got to see all my professors. They also had a little slide show, but I knew ...