Marriott Puebla Hotel
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So today was the day we performed for a conference of people studying to become English teachers. It was kind of stressful, but fun and rewarding. We had to set up the show in a very limited amount of time, and then run and do the show. It was fun and different to perform for adults who really understand the language, and their reactions were different from the children's.
We also had to ...
... largest portable Ferris wheel in the world. (And, to my dad's pleasure, we watched the Pacquiao fight at the end of the night!)
I'm not quite sure how else to elaborate. I've attached a few photos from the day, and tried my best to include captions for those of you who weren't there. (And, FYI, Isai and I are intending to throw a bash upon our return for all our friends and family who weren't able to meet us in Puebla ;] )
... Some decent grub was had while big mama took a liking to Cathal's bracelets - she went off to get her own jewelry stash to show us - a plastic ring that looked like something from a child's lucky bag - we oohed and ahhed all the same not wanting to hurt her feelings.
This was it .......... We had reached the point in our trip when we would take our last and final Latin American journey to our last stop - Mexico City
... we have to do a research project which involves visiting a deprived community to discuss climate change and its impact upon their livelihood. I also have a research project for another course but that one I am doing alone. However, I need some help to make contact with somebody from the “Oportunidades” programme as I have to interview somebody and make a transcript for my next “partial”. I am so excited that I will actually get to ...
... the man to move and he shows her his ticket. And true enough, he was in the right seat, so dad checks our tickets and very quietly, with a very embarrassed look in his face, moves to the seats in front of us. He looks at the family and says 'sorry, it could happen to anyone, honest mistake....' Lucky they were nice people!! When we arrived we got a taxi and got dropped off at our hotel, from what we could see Puebla was ...