El Carrizal Hotel Spa & Aguas Termales
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... calls to you, responding with "que" (meaning 'what') isn't common. You can say "como?" (which also means 'what') or "mande" (which literally translates to 'send' as a command). Another thing (I'll use myself as an example), in english, when I'm on the phone or something as such and someone asks "Is this Erica?" I would respond with "Yes, it's me." But in Spanish someone would ask me, "Erica, eres tú?" (which when translated means "Erica, are you, you?") and ...
... it was a huge party and very fancy (I got my dress when we went shopping). A lot of people from my school went. I went to a friends house before and a bunch of us got ready and then all went together. My parents picked me up at 1:30am- I thanked them and thanked them but they said it was normal and didn't think anything of it. It's very normal for parties to go even later than that- until about 4am.
My first weekend here, my sister, father, and ...
... the party early. The party was Frozen themed and the girl the party was for was dressed as Elsa and her little sister, Ana. How cute, right?
School is going well also. We wear uniforms which are terrible but we get to wear "street clothes" on Fridays. I'm in third grade which is the last grade until University. A few of the older exchange students are in it, but they are all at least almost 18, making me the youngest in my class. I like to think they put me in ...
... a long review, take pictures, get opening hours, phone numbers, directions and log GPS coordinates for 25 venues – the work got approved for publication first time without any need for editing J Its just being processed by Apple now and should be up and out in a week or so! Even if I don’t earn anything, I can use it as an example of some travel writing work rather than send them these blogs, so it might open up some extra opportunities. As you can see I don’t mind ...
... who needed to win a Mexico Verde t-shirt, having also lost their luggage (my room mate was only one of the 3 who lost their luggage).
It was surprisingly cool and pleasant to sleep, once I could make out my way back to the tent through the trails. And the water thankfully was gas heated - as opposed to solar-power heated aka lukewarm - which ensured a nice hot shower. Thankfully, Gerry, my room mate did not snore (unlike a previous room mate on an earlier trip).