Holiday Inn Cuernavaca
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... workers owning property get in their heads. The families that come back every year and have been working their for years get seniority over the others and the barracks closest to the road are bigger and they have first dibs on those. It was a very interesting place to see and lifestyle to witness.
Once we got home and ate la Comeida, Mellissa, Molly and I walked up to the pharmacy so I could see a doctor for the cold I have been having the past couple ...
Today for breakfast our Mama made us French Toast. I usually hate French Toast, but my Mama seriously cooks the best! The meals here have been so delicious for the most part and I love how every morning for breakfast we have gotten fresh fruit and yogurt. If only someone would serve me this every day ...
... only get so far and then we would be swimming as hard as we could and not get anywhere. At the mouth of the river there is a natural spring that is very deep so people jump off into and then can swim with the current back. A lot of people from our group did that and I finally got the courage to jump in two times, but both times I did not find it that fun, because the first time I jumped in ...
After Spanish Class we had a presentation by Edgar who owns an Italian Coffee franchise in Cuernavaca, Mexico. He explained how the company started and that it was one of the first true Mexican companies to be franchised. He explained the start up process and the regulations he must follow. I was a bit surprised at the employment practices in Mexico mainly the severance packages that employees may be entitled to and the benefits that they receive. The most ...
Quetzalcoatl- aire, tiera, agua Tlaloc- Large eyes represent Tlaloc and that represents fertility and water. Huitzilopochtli- Guerra and sol Tonatiuh- Sol Juego de pelota- a game with two round disks with holes in the middle they would try and get the ball through the middle of it. The winner would then be a human sacrifice (sacrificios ...