Fiesta Americana Hacienda San Antonio El Puente Cuernavaca
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... he also has an infection in his eye where the eye is growing a thick film over his eye because of the many years of hard exposure to the sun. The medicine used to treat this eye problem is not available. He will prescribe some eye drops though to help with the symptoms and eye dryness. After lunch, which we ate in one of the doctors examining rooms, which was a bit unhygienic but no one thought anything of it, Dr. de la Torre had a visit by the Seguro Popular which is ...
... the last couple weeks, their new teacher started shadowing me. She was 19. This was her first time teaching (it took her 3 months to get her certification). She was hired because she could speak English. I really liked her and she said she learned a lot from me. We had a good relationship in the classroom. But she was very scared to do it all alone. My last day was filled with tears, "don't go's" and lots of hugs. The principal offered me a job ...
... needs - a fresh pair of socks, a burrito, and some basic medical attention for dehydration and blisters goes a long way. The Center helps to inform migrants about their options, including reduced price bus tickets to return to their place of origin. Another important part of the Center's work is abuse documentation, which they use to better understand the situation migrants face and, in ...
After a bit of a false start and confusion over where we were having breakfast, we met up with Jonas and headed out to Chicincuac where we hung out for the next 48 hours.
It was a delight to get back to the house by the water. Theodora and I had some great games of Pool accompanied by a few beers, Carlos cooked, and Ana-Louisa gave me lots of advice on where I should be going (and NOT going) in Central America.
On the saturday, we drove in ...
... cover me.
Blissfully unaware. It only takes one instance to shatter that.
It hasn't touched me. But I suppose it has.
It dictates the way those that I love live there lives.
There preoccupation can only be so real to me.
Any more real and I'd be a direct victim.
This isn't a disease.
There is ...