Mision Cuernavaca Hotel
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I've been wanting to go to Cuernavaca since college when friends of mine studied abroad there and talked about how great it was. I was finally getting my chance. Finding a place to stay here proved to be a little complicated and stressful as at first I couldn't find anything reasonably priced near the center of town, and when I finally did, it was cancelled on me the next day. A little panicked, I contacted one of my friends that traveled abroad there, and ...
... we got to sit in on part of their meeting and ask and receive questions. Last week we went to two Conafe schools so we had at least a little knowledge of the schools and how Conafe works. All of the teachers seemed eager and excited to talk to us about our own education and what teaching means to us. They also answered a lot of our questions and it was very inspirational hearing ...
... when I was in school! We visited the computer lab that only had 20 computers and were told that due to the lack of computers not everyone can have typing class. We also visited the library which was super bright and fun with neon green chairs and tables. I found it interesting that every year the students are required to donate a book to the library and they also have to read one book a week and write a response about it with their opinion of the book. Families can also rent ...
Got to visit a public high school today in Cuernavaca. This school was actually really nice compared to some of the schools we have seen. I was surprised to learn that there are over 2,000 students attend school here because the facts say that most kids stop going to school at about third grade.
We had the chance to go into two classes for a question and answer sessions. We got to ask questions of the students and the students got to ...
... 1600's by the Spanish. We then got to go to the Plaza, it was overwhelming. There were so many people there shopping, selling, walking, drinking, and just watching people. We found out that people watching is a very traditional Mexican thing to do. There were so many different people around which I guess I should have expected in a city of 500,000 people, (to people ...