Hotel Boutique La Casa Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... to return home. I pray for all of them that they stay on the right track and lead a happy, healthy life after they leave.
This experience is truly amazing, and I feel super blessed to be in such a beautiful place where I get thrown into Spanish. Its frustrating at times, but it's definitely worth it! I wish I could post personal pictures from the place, but with the high security, i'm not allowed to bring my phone in!
Today we took a bus ride to a sugar mill. The operation is very similar to paper making in the first steps. The cane is dumped into a grinder and then passed under a magnet that pulls out any metal. It is then moved though a process that turns it into a brown liquid that is evaporated into the sugar we know.
The plant is mostly automated with workers monitoring the operation to ensure all is functioning properly. The sugar ...
In 2000, as we were driving to Oaxaca, we must have hit a tope (speed bump) going a little too fast because our oil filter broke. Rather than continue on, we stopped at a place called the Grutas de Cacahuamilpa hoping to find someone who could replace our filter. Instead of a oil filter, we got a wonderful tour of the largest underground caverns that we had ever seen.
As mentioned earlier, Chris and I are continuing with Spanish lessons in Cuernavaca. Besides grammar ...
... shock to get used to right away. I was so nervous going home to see my mama because she speaks no English and I don't speak any Spanish. I wasn't sure how to communicate with her. So, it was a little terrifying to go to this house by myself. But, once my other three roommates got here, it was great. My anxiety level has dropped tremendously and I am no longer afraid of not knowing what is going ...
... by spending time with the many friends I've made here including the other YAGM. I think this is my last blog from Mexico, though I might write something when I get back to Florida and settled.
I'll be seeing Miami Airport on July 12th. Then off to the Keys for a few days of relaxation aka fishing. The road doesn't stop there, as I'll be happily returning to my post at Grace Lutheran to go on a service trip with the youth ...