Hotel de Cuautla
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... for a helicopter, too slow for a plane and changing colours and dropping sparks), we fiiiinally got to San Andres, Mixquic where we were to spend the next 2 nights. By this time it was past midnight but luckily there were many parking places open (that were obviously transformed once a year from farm yards into parking lots) where we could park safetly. Things were still very much happening in town so we hopped out ...
... work with partners or in groups. Try your best to learn all of their names. It will make it easier for you to manage the class and get students to participate. If you’re there for an extended period of time, have them write down their name and a few interesting facts about themselves (what they like to do/eat/play, NOT where they live).
Make a lesson plan for each day, and for each week. Tie everything together with a theme for the week. What is ...
Cuautla Alt: 1344m to Tepexco Alt: 1200m
350 m Alt climb
Distance 34km (21 miles)
We were looking at 65 km to get to the next big city, Izucar de Matamoros. Looking at the google earth profile. we noticed the nice downhill but also ups and downs along the way. We asked around about hotel and were told there are none between just outside Cuauta until Matamoros. We were hoping for one about halfway but we ...
Cuernavaca at 1774 meters to Cuautla at 1300 meters
48km via Mexico 138
We learned about making elevation profiles in Google Earth a few weeks earlier in Zitacuaro. Before then, we would jot a few elevation way points just to remember a vague idea of the road ahead. Hills make a significant time difference for our distances. So Dave went to the internet cafe next door and printed one out. If we had a IPOD Touch, or a nice phone, ...
... t able to participate the whole week, I did put in my fair share of work, and definitely giving thanks.
Part 1: Those volunteers that participated the entire time stayed in the town of Cuentepec, a small, indigenous community about an hour south of Cuernavaca. There is a women’s group in Cuentepec that makes and sells traditional pottery, and this is the group that HOY supports when we ...