Hostal Isla Isabela
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... Santa Ana. After taking some time to recover, we looked out over the city of Guayaquil at the view. Up there, there is a church as well a lighthouse. That night we all stayed up as late as we could, signing flags and hanging out together as it was the last night.
Day 9: After a very sad and sleepy breakfast, we all had to say our final goodbyes. It was one of the hardest things I have ever done. It still surprises how close I got to these students in such a short time. ...
... them no problem, but I wasn't too thrilled with the cakes. So we went back to the apartment to drop off our stuff and we went back out. I showed them Mall el Jardin and Cyrano, the cake place that I went to for Sandra's birthday. We walked a little through Parque la Carolina on the way. We got our cake and caught a taxi back as ...
... week. Might be anyway.
I proctored the placement exam again today. Was also smoother than yesterday. It'll be interesting to see what my office gopher block gets filled up with until the end of the cycle when I have to proctor the exam again.
Got home safely (walked with Karissa again), had a nice and light dinner and updated my blog. I also worked on my lesson plan for a little bit.
Approximately a third of what I planned for ...
Funny that my one month mark coincides with St. Paddy's Day.
Was also able to sleep in a bit. It was raining so the animals were a bit more subdued and there wasn't so much ambient light.
Today was also the last day of practice teaching. Had the two hours of lecture, lunch, prepped for the lesson and taught.
The students... I'm sure they were good kids, but their English was at one level and where I ...
... during my haircut last night, so it should appear acceptable. Actually got a few comments on it from some of my co-volunteers.
We had an Intro to Teaching English session and we went over our insurance policy in the morning. I ended up joining a larger group for lunch. I didn't actually order anything, but John let me try his falafal. It was a mistake having it with the hot sauce though. I'll have to remember he enjoys hot things. I showed Evelyn the used book ...