Hotel Casa Antigua
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... and even at an elevation of over 9000 feet, I was unprepared for such cool temperatures ...
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... the airport! I had to wait about 1 hour to get through the immigration line and then customs was a breeze. *I just remembered, and this was weird, no one that I talked to (including myself) had to remove their shoes, put their electronics or liquids in the bins during check in...It was quicker but less safe...hmm*
Following customs, I had to exit the airport to a long line of people with name signs, taxi drivers trying to get ...
... the road is actually going to get paved. They started work. But when you have a 1.5 lane road through the mountains, you need to stop traffic periodically to work. So we had an impromptu chance to stretch our legs while waiting for the road to open. Picture time!! We arrived at our bed and breakfast in time to meet the members of casem, the cooperative we will be working with the next two weeks. Originally we were going to be working with the local high school, ...
... whether that is a function of time itself or if it is actually just a mindset. If it is the latter, there is no better treasure for us to bring home with us.
All that said, we are doing some things worth mentioning. Dan spends 3 afternoons a week at the CEC working with a small group of 2nd graders on their English reading and writing skills. I am working with Alicia, the school counselor, to develop a "guia," or advisory program for ...