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... asked for anything more there. However, the food, though good, was nothing compared to Rebeca's. Yvonne doesn't like to cook; Rebeca does. Fernando's the cook in their family and with him gone all week, meals were simple and sometimes reheated. Again, there is absolutely nothing wrong with what I was given--it was very similar to what I'd eat at home--but Rebeca has me spoiled, and now I realize just how spoiled! Oh man do I look forward to the 4 weeks left I have with her!
... 60 students for one teacher. More than 90% of the students go onto college and all of the students are required to take an English class. All students have to pay about 60 dollars per semester to go to school but most students at this school received scholarships to help cover the costs of tuition and uniforms (all students are required to wear uniforms). We got to meet and talk to some of the students ...
So, in order to get over my lost iPhone, a large group of us went out to a bar right down the street from our house. It was a little scary because it's like under a carport and, during the day, the bar is a car wash!
Overall, it was a lot of fun hanging out with new people and getting to know the business students who I haven't had a chance to talk to yet. Looking forward to what tomorrow has in store. ...
... We peered inside and were amazed by what we saw. A beautiful paradise filled with trees and flowers and a lovely house. Wow. What a pleasant surprise!
Juana took us on a tour of the house and we were delighted with the cleanliness and elegance of our 'new' house and gardens.Rather than write a lot about the house, I'll let you read the blurb written by the owner about the house, and everything in it is true.
Why? What? Where? When? Who? WORD OF THE DAY!
Despedida- The farewell.
In general, Mexico is a place that has lots of celebrations. Saying that, I have seven farewell parties to go to. Everyone I go to gets a little bit harder.
Tomorrow is the first day of my last full week of work at La Buena Tierra. Exams are over, and now we're just learning "Hello Goodbye" by the Beatles (pronounced Beet-less in Mexico) ...