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TripAdvisor Reviews Barcelo Cuernavaca Ejecutivo
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... the place, taking a well earned rest and enjoying the feeling of having made it. Then I noticed we were not alone. First one furry face appeared from behind a pile of rocks and then another joined it - a long snout, an even longer tail and an adorable squeak and we were overrun with Coatis. Also known as a tejon, this member of the raccoon family is about the size of a large house cat and is just unimaginable cute. Tepozteco, the name given to the peak I had just climbed, ...
... get taught for half the day in English and the other half in Spanish. On top if those two languages they learn Chinese as well! They also get taught subjects such as philosophy for children. I thought that was pretty impressive! After seeing the school, I was 100% positive I want to student teach down here!
After la comida we went downtown to finish our shopping and buy Palmira and ...
... there are everywhere! There was a mall we stopped into, but we didn't shop there long because you can't bargain with them like the street venders. On our taxi ride back with the 5 of us in one we got pulled over by the police! I was so scared, because all I thought about was Dr. Kimball saying don't get locked up, but they were very nice and actually came and asked us if we were alright in English then we were on our ...
... it look pretty. For Day of the Dead skeletons and skulls are cut out of the tissue paper. We made 4 different kinds; shapes, skeletons, niñas, and niñas and niños holding hands. The second part of the day was spent in spanish class. My Español is slowly coming along but I still need a lot more ...
... been 'on the street'.
Chris has been great. He chats with all the neighbours and the shop keepers. He has lots of friends now. Carmelo, is the man who makes juices at his fresh juice stand every morning. His sister, Ester, has a little restaurant and sells tasty quesadillas, sopes and gordas at lunch time. Thelma does our laundry. The husband and wife in the little corner store sell us avocados and fresh bread rolls every day. Another lady owns the paper store ...