Hotel Ojo De Agua
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... To continue the fusion, you could sign up for anything from yoga and meditation to art or a guitar classes. We looked at the art and sculpture on display, while a blues duet played guitar.
... the beach club, which as it turns out is just an affiliated club called ‘City’ or something. Expecting to get treated to some towels and at least a beach chair around the pool we get neither and are even asked to pay a 50 peso (4 bucks or something) cover charge.
‘What does that include..?’ I ask. Just entry evidently. And the place has a few grotty pools and that whole ‘closed-for-summer’ look. But we do get a nice wrist band to indicate ...
... many more buildings in various states of repair. One can see footprints of smaller buildings but the stones are long gone... many taken off to be used in someone's garden or to build other houses in centuries past. The Mexican gov't won't use fake stones to rebuild so many of these will probably forever be left to our imaginations. From what we have learned, we think that the ordinary people really didn't live in these walled cities... these were for the priests and where ...
... the pipe.
As we opened the drawers they too were wet from the condensation needless to say most of the cupboard doors have now blown and will need to be replaced. So now we will have to wait for an Insurance assessor to come, we should get a call from them in the morning.
It could have been so much worse especially if it had happened upstairs. We were so lucky Pete and Kim spotted it when they did as although the kitchen, hallway ...
... conversation (in severely broken, yet well comprehended by patient listeners, English) with a large group of the students' mothers and fathers. We discussed their worries, hopes, and thoughts about the program and their childrens' futures. It was an honor to engage in such a sincere and honest dialogue within a humble yet incredibly deep community. After a presentation by the children and a quick slide show of the two weeks past, it ...
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