Hotel Iberia

Rayon No. 7, Cuernavaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 62000, Mexico | Hotel
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Day 21- January 22

A travel blog entry by emilyhausher


... If I student teach here, I would probably have to do fourth grade because that's when they start to know enough English for me to teach them. Half the day they are taught in English and then the other half is Spanish. So I would switch between two different classes with speaking in English.

Tonight we finished up our shopping in el centro. There was a rather large group of us, I think 14. When we were done shopping, ...

Sugar Cane Factory and Camp

A travel blog entry by hangnl18


... of it!
After the tour we went to the camp where the migrant workers live with their families during the sugar cane season. It is free for them to live there for the six months the sugar cane season is running there and they can have as many as 900 people living there at one time. The set up of the camp reminded me of a concentration camp where there were long barracks of rooms that families lived in and then there was a couple of long rows of community sinks ...

Huixastles School Visit

A travel blog entry by erinsue

... school. The teacher was very young, 24 and it seems like this program is like our Teach for America program. He has to sign on to come to this marginalized community for a year and in return he will receive money to go back to school and a salary. The teacher does not have to use his own funds to buy school materials, rather the parents band together to buy things. The students leave for el comida and then come back. The school day runs from ...

Our Spanish School - Encuentros

A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp


... br> Jeannie, who was originally from the States and married a Mexican, is a hard worker and really tries to offer Spanish programs that fit with one's way of learning. We all learn differently and she respects this. No wonder her school has lasted for many years.

She has been looking for a place where we could volunteer. Cuernavaca has many well-to-do people living here. After the big earthquake in Mexico City, many well-off people moved to both Queretaro, where ...


A travel blog entry by colleen.maki


... journey to cross the border is harsh. The wall forces people to cross through the desert which is hot hot hot during the day, causing dehydration and sunburn, and cold cold cold during the night, providing risks of hypothermia.

My own family is a family of immigrants, we speak about and celebrate our Finish and Croatian heritage often. My ...


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