Hotel Quinto Sol
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Thank the Lord that today we didn't have to leave until 10:15!! It was such a less zombie-feeling day. We went to two different universities. The first had a beautiful theatre where it could be open air, or they could close this giant sliding wall! So cool. When I learned that they were going to be college age kids, I was thinking they would be really bored and disinterested. I mean, I was imagining ...
Here we are! Another month along and another interesting series of challenges. I have felt affirmed several times in my calling to serve with COMPA and yet I have been filled anew with different fears that have never before set foot in my faith. It's quite strange actually, to think about it. This past month of September, I have had a fear based around Isaiah 46:10-11 which says:
"I make known the end from the beginning, ...
I could say this first year of teaching in a "foreign" country has been overall, a blessing. I am blessed to have learned a tremendous amount of language, local transportation, become connected with so many wonderful friends and family in Christ and now I have come to understand a bit more of God's character. There is one question that has presented itself through family back home and my own mind: Now what? Something that has ...
The end of the school year has finally arrived! The 6th graders have graduated, the classroom packed and organized. I had the special privilege of participating in their graduation ceremony, which I think was a beautiful opportunity to show my students love. My presence there spoke loudly to my students, the faculty and administrators especially because I was the ONLY foreign teacher there (foreign staff are "let out" ...
We went on a daytrip to Teotihuacan, the old Aztec city north of Mexico city. Well worth the trip and spectacular views from the top. The Information provided is interesting but it seems there is not such much known about those days especially about the daily life of people, so its more and archicteural thing.
The only downside that we found here was the incredible amount of street vendors who were trying to sell you the same stuff over and over again, apart from that a great ...