Tx Hotel Tequesquitengo
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Babysitting service
- Heated pool
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... shopping before our departure from here on Sunday. I had a lovely day and in the evening, Carlos (or his brother?) donned the official t-shirt and took us into town where we sampled the night-life of this amazing place. It literally buzzes – thousands of local people throng the two main squares, guitars strum, people dance, bands play and everyone is so happy!
We went to a rather special restaurant overlooking the main square. Our table was on ...
I had quite an eventful experience in Mexico, and student teaching was no exception! On my first day, I was informed that my cooperating teacher was let go from the classroom...so, my first day was my first day! We were warned that students from Edgewood are usually put in a classroom with a teacher who needs some guidance, as it is very quick and easy to become a teacher in Mexico-they don't have the same preparation program that we do. So, the cooperating teachers ...
... a merger of the investigative and interior enforcement elements of the U.S. Customs Service and the Immigration and Naturalization Service(INS), ICE now has more than 20,000 employees in offices in all 50 states and 47 foreign countries. While Border Patrol operates only in the border regions of the U.S., ICE’s jurisdiction covers the interior of the U.S. ICE is widely known for its raids ...
... town in Morelos. On the first day, I helped with landscaping at a model house SARAR is building to show clients how it is possible to build houses that do not damage the earth. The day started by watering many of the newly planted plants. This process took three hours. Next we took a break for lunch and I took a quick catnap in the hammock. After lunch we started digging holes for new trees to be planted. This process kind of reminded me of the book Holes by ...
... about 1/10 of the annual GNP). If anything Mexico is a supply line. Many of the people here can not afford to do the the drugs that run through their own cities. Half the blame lies north of the boarder (but let's not think about that...)
That's stupid. Not everyone wears a sombrero. I've seen one person wear one in Cuernavaca. Me.
Mexicans bring back American money to their country and live ...