Hotel Hacienda de Cortes
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... and enjoying the environment of street vendors and little shops, typically Mexican. I also happened across a rather American-looking mall, though it definitely had it's Mexican details. I also happened upon another plaza where there were temporary mini soccer fields set up for the next future soccer stars to practice their skills. The excitement's everywhere!
After a good long walk around town, I decided my only choice was to stand in line ...
... dance are only 2 hours a week, so those teachers only get 4 hours a week when you add up both sessions they teach. There are typically between 50-60 students in the classroom for one teacher. The students here have to take a test to get in the school and the school only takes the best scores. Once the students are accepted they have to take a test every year to determine if they can stay or get kicked out. We got to visit a couple of classrooms and you could just tell you ...
... added. The peas are allowed to cool and then sent to packaging. The packaging process is heavily automated and seems to be a quick process. While we were there they were packaging a product that they are contracted to make for a different company. The packaging that that company uses is not consistent with Achtli's equipment so they must do it by hand. Any packaging that does not have the labeling on it is labeled manually with stickers.
... her family for a couple of days. It was heartwarming to see how a community that has nothing is willing to give something to complete strangers who visit their schools. The people here in Mexico are unbelievably friendly and super kind. I wish the people in the United States would be like that more often than they are.
On the way back to the Language Institute, we had the chance to go to a Mexican cemetery. This ...
Education in Mexico is free and obligatory. The government has an institution called SEP, it's a federal like identity that makes sure that there's enough schools and facilities for everyone. The SEP writes the curriculum and the standards. They also manage all the resources and writes the text books. The text books are free only for ...