Hotel Boutique La Casa Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... a bus on it." Perfect. That's what I need to know much more than, it's two blocks that way because now I know what to look for no matter where I am. I found the bus stop and the correct bus without problem, and it dropped me off right at the end of the driveway. Nice. Now the only think left was to oh-so-carefully tip-toe my way past the "puddle," (aka, small pond) that covered the driveway because of all the rain. Along the wall there's a hodge-podge ...
... the LA Metrorail and the Chicago Transit Authority. They also have catalog pieces that they make to have on hand for people to order for pools, kitchens, or anywhere that tile would go. A good link to see their work is http://m-v-m.mx/. This site shows examples of their work which is very difficult to describe without photos.
The shop employs about 30 people that work one shift, six days a week. There are several levels of employee at the shop with ...
... 60 students for one teacher. More than 90% of the students go onto college and all of the students are required to take an English class. All students have to pay about 60 dollars per semester to go to school but most students at this school received scholarships to help cover the costs of tuition and uniforms (all students are required to wear uniforms). We got to meet and talk to some of the students ...
... sang. They were so good and were a lot of fun to listen to. There were also four piņatas for us to break! I enjoyed the fiesta a lot and had an absolute blast!
To end the night, a large group of us went out to the center and decided to have a few drinks. There was some relationship drama going on that's definitely getting old. But, overall, it was a good night and I am getting the chance to go to bed somewhat early. Nighty ...
Why? What? Where? When? Who? WORD OF THE DAY!
Despedida- The farewell.
In general, Mexico is a place that has lots of celebrations. Saying that, I have seven farewell parties to go to. Everyone I go to gets a little bit harder.
Tomorrow is the first day of my last full week of work at La Buena Tierra. Exams are over, and now we're just learning "Hello Goodbye" by the Beatles (pronounced Beet-less in Mexico) ...