La Casa De Los Arboles
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 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, ...
... yet so the students practically had a free day. I was also very impressed with their computer lab that we went in to see. Total they have 120 computers at the school which I feel is almost the same amount of close to the amount we had in my high school.
In Spanish today I learned how to say the 789 joke: Por que frue el seis con miedo de del siege? (Why is 6 afraid of 7?) Porque siete ocho nueve! (Because 7 8 9) Paquita thought it was funny and she ...
... come to them with their products they do not have to solicit for them. The shoes mostly come from the state of Nuevo León in Mexico and some come from China. Price is determined by the quality of products and the market desire at the time. There is a profit margin of between 5% and 20% depending on size and quality of the shoes. Their best week is Christmas week with average daily sales on a slow day of 20 pairs and a busy day 50 pairs.
In the afternoon the ...
... of course. He ended up being from Indonesia but lived in Texas. He went to college in Texas and then when he was in his late 20s traveled to Cuernavaca to study Spanish, pretty much what I am doing. He fell in love with city and now in retirement in a few years ago, bought a house in Cuernavaca and travels back and forth between Texas and here. He was a Spanish professor at Arlington in Texas. He told me stories about traveling by car from Cuernavaca ...
Went to a rural elementary school in Cuernavaca to celebrate Three Kings Day with them. When we arrived the children sang a song for us and it was so cute. Then they were given pieces of a Kings Cake and some chocolate to drink. Some of the children saved their pieces of cake to take home and share with their family. We then gave each child a toy we had brought from home. For some of these children it was probably the only Christmas present they ...