Villa Bejar Cuernavaca
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... part of my day was trying to explain why learning English was important. With my limited vocab, all that came out was "Do you think it's important? There is not a lot of white guys (guerros) walking around on the streets in Cuernavaca. Only me." I also told them you don't know when you're going to use it. I certainly never thought I'd be living in a Spanish speaking country.
A young boy who ...
... level of English, and/or nice, clean clothes, and others with only half a broken pencil to their name (and of course, no eraser). Even though Casa HOY prepares participants for these cultural differences, it is inevitable for volunteers to come with idealistic expectations for their volunteer experience. You may think, I’m one more person. I can help with discipline. I have some extra money, I can buy supplies that they will use and value. ...
... pretty much the whole day but was sunny the whole time we were on the island. We arrived in Holbox after 2 bus rides and a boat ride. We found a place to stay, or rather it found us; the owner was waiting for the boat and offered an excellent price. Tourist season kicks off on July 1 so we were there at a good time. We went there to relax on the beach and to swim with whale sharks (oh yes, there were flamingos too so that kept Sophie happy). We liked ...
Waking up at 7am was hard this morning because I didnt sleep much at all. I eventually dragged byself out of bed though! We had to be downstiars for breakfast at 8am at the lastest and I just made it.
It was pretty funny actually because Rosita had to walk us to Casa Rosa and it was like you know.. mum taking us kids to our first day at school.
We got there on time which they were ...
... dedicated to what they were doing. I met a volunteer that had made the trip independently from LMU, and it turns out we had a lot in common. She also teaches Hatha yoga – cool! – and she’s a vegetarian (okay, I usually am. It’s just carne asada is soooo good sometimes). And the other volunteers on this trip were Mexican! Which is awesome because volunteering still isn’t such a big movement here in Mexico like it is in the States. ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility