Country International Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a holiday, they were all closed. As it is not the best area of town, we opted to head home and find food there. Naturally, when you don't need a cab, there are tons honking at you to see if you want a ride, and when you do want one, they are nowhere to be seen! We ended up with a hilarious driver, who was showing off his dance moves, and telling us all about the gas and electrical company and the naval base. He kept us entertained! I think he was trying to joke with us too, but ...
... after another talking about the dangers of Colombia. So even in my 30’s when a school in Colombia offered me a job to teach Biology, I thought to myself, "There is no way I can teach in a country that the media has dubbed dangerous." However, there was something I couldn’t grasp that drew me to Colombia. So I began my research, considering I only had 24 hours to make a decision. I can definitely say that until this job I really didn’t know much ...
... of no employment or informal employment for so many in Barranquilla and the poor health care with the 'death ride' to the hospital. "That's just how it is; people accept life for what they have and they are happy!!"
My plane will leave now within hours. Nuri and Peter fixed me a memorable 'going away lunch' and I will fly to Bogota, then Dallas/Fort Worth and finally to Minneapolis/St. Paul. I don't have the words to ...
... coastal area called The Caribbean Lowlands of Colombian), they use the same dough, but boil it rather than frying it; giving them the texture similar to 'matzo balls' or Czech bread ...
So last night I definitely slept with cottons in my ear. -____-" Today when we got to work at school, the director informed us that the teachers will be leaving after 9:30 for a protest downtown. There definitely seems to be a lot of protests in Colombia. The other day there was a protest that blockaded a street. I'm not sure what that one was about. Anyhow, the only thing we did today was watch a class perform a ...