Quinta Las Flores
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... a very American looking, middle-aged man had caught my attention because he stood out. He was on my bus to Taxco and when we got off, we ended up going to the tourism stand at the same time. Long story short, we ended up spending the day together because he didn't speak Spanish and I, of course, was glad to have someone to talk to since I was more or less on my own for a week. He's in Mexico because his 18 year-old daughter is studying in Cuernavaca ...
... in their field.
In addition to the tiles used for the mural work they also package their tiles for retail sale under the name Kolorines. They glue the tiles on sheets and box them so they can be sold as ready to install products. They also produce products for sale in the US and overseas.
The factory employs about 200 people and try to function 24/7 as there is a great deal of expense and time involved in shutting down and restarting ...
... dinner at a restaurant downtown. There was a band playing and people dancing next to us.
I also introduced myself to a police officer who let me take a picture with him. I guess cops are brothers no matter what country you are in.
Onto the last week!
Today was another full day of school and we had a lecture about one of the native languages here in Mexico. It was extremely interesting during the parts I could understand! But, I have to admit, it's getting very difficult seeing the business students going on excursions everyday while us education students stay at school and listen to people talk to us about history in Spanish. I'm not complaining really. I just prefer to go ...
... keep getting better for everyone here.
Right now, I have to go pack my back pack full of books I need to organize at school tomorrow. It's my planning day, but I have nothing to plan. Next thing on my to do list is to print out photos for all of my friends and fellow teachers here so that I can leave a memory of this year. What a good year it's been.
What Comes Next?
I'll be appreciating these last 20 days ...