Hotel Boutique La Casa Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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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!
... 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 ...
Our home is ideal for the seasoned traveler who prefers the comforts of home combined with the uniqueness of a true Mexican experience. Our house is in the middle of a beautiful lush garden filled with various fruit trees and an abundance of flowers. This spacious one-story house has two bedrooms and two full bathrooms, a newly restored and fully equipped kitchen, two dining rooms, a spacious living room, and a sun room where you ...
... 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 ...
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) ...