Villa Rosa

2a Privada de Humboldt #6 , Cuernavaca, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cuernavaca

Secundaria Visit

A travel blog entry by hangnl18

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... for pictures we took of them.
We also visited another Secundaria School that was the next building over, but this one was way smaller and is only open in the mornings. In the afternoons it is open for adults who want to get an education. The rooms and class sizes were a lot smaller, but yet the class size of 38 was still more than in the US.
Tonight Molly, Melissa, and I went to el centro to shop! We found some good deals and got most on my list, but the rest I ...

Kind of a Nutty Day

A travel blog entry by tim.gerdmann

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... Superama (which is a part of Walmart), OXXO, and 7/11. Along with the expansion in Mexico they also have cleared the hurdles of certification with the USDA and can sell their products in the US and are actively seeking markets there.

To also help expand the company they using profits to fortify the company's infrastructure rather than hire more people, which they could also use. With the arrival of Alejandro there has been a movement to ...

Day 14- January 15

A travel blog entry by emilyhausher

... students into grade levels.

These schools were so interesting to see. The first one had older students between the ages of maybe 7-14. The second school was for kindergarteners. Something that really caught my attention was the fact that these teachers stay at the school during the week and they sleep there. The parents of the students have a PTO like we have back home, and they make sure the teacher has ...

Palacio de Cortes

A travel blog entry by erinsue

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I was able to experience the Palacio de Cortes with two new friends Tim and Victor. Victor was a great translator and helped us decipher many of the artifacts and works of art. The most impressive pieces to me, were the actual furniture pieces and house decorations that were in Cortes's house. Diego Rivera's mural depicting Cuernavaca's history was breathtaking. This was the first mural by Diego ...

My Last Day...

A travel blog entry by ksorum

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... and then my students followed. Hearing "Don't go, please stay," all day was very hard to listen to.  My students didn't understand why I had to go.  It was so hard knowing that I couldn't visit them the next week, month, or even year.  Saying goodbye to my family, who was so welcoming and loving of me was the next hardest.  I know I will return to Cuernavaca one day and visit my family and school.  It was an amazing experience and I miss it ...

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