Hotel Villa Bejar and Spa Tequesquitengo
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... a massive XVI century Franciscan Convent. Robert Brady was an American artist/collector from Iowa who settled in Cuernavaca in 1962. Like many artists, film stars and celebrities, he was attracted to this colourful city because of its amazing climate and fascinating history. The '50's and '60's were Cuernavaca's hey-days for the rich and famous. CHis house, the Casa de la Torre, houses an amazing collection of art from all over the world and is just as he left ...
I had very mixed feelings about leaving Mexico. Half of me didn't want to leave my kids, my host-family and friends, my school, the weather, the food, the people. But the other half of me couldn't wait to see my family, friends, apartment, and start my new student teaching class. My kids threw a surprise party for me on my last day. They brought a ton of food and cards and flowers. I was the first to cry when saying goodbye at the end of the ...
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... was also invited to a late meal with a fellow YAGM, Catie, and her host family. I arrived around 7pm and Elena, Catie's host mom, quickly gave me the task of cutting starfruit for the fruit salad. We started eating around 10:30 PM. The menu was quite diverse: turkey, bacon wrapped pork chops, fruit salad, artichoke dip, buns, potatoes, and champagne to celebrate. Being away from home for my birthday, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years was difficult but as I ...
... some of that work ethic.
Mexico is totally laid back.
Mexico does have a different concept of time. Often times, one will wait for a friend for up to a half hour. 7=7:30. I won't call that Mexican Time, because it is also Aaron Time. The fact that I thought everyone was on Mexican Time has upset some people, because there are many who are quite punctual.
I have yet to be offered drugs. It seems as ...