Motel El Cortez

Address: Mar De Cortez , San Felipe, Baja California, 21850, Mexico | Motel
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      Day 25 - Volunteering at a Special Needs School

      A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 14, 2014

      13 photos

      ... a photocopier would be great, so the teachers don't have to write out each worksheet. And it would be nice to have alternative forms of communication devices, such as iPads or speech boards. In this case that is not a possibility. But I did not leave the school feeling like the children were deprived; they were clearly well loved and cared for and happy. Carlos' smile stayed with me for the rest of the day and distracted me from how hungry I was getting. By the time we arrived at ...


      A travel blog entry by leanneworth on Jun 20, 2014

      Out last destination-Lima. We came back to the city to fly home but wanted a few days to explore. The city is good. It is busy and full of fast and furious drivers beeping their horns everywhere and cutting dangerously across one-another. We did our bus tour as saw a beautiful promenade, some beautiful presidential buildings in the plaza del Armas and tonnes of casinos in a city that likes to gamble! We also visited a monastery and beautiful church including the ...

      Eating Our Way Through Lima

      A travel blog entry by jamierand on Apr 09, 2014

      1 comment, 25 photos

      ... walking trails and parks along the cliffside, peppered with art, benches, exercise areas, play areas, gardens, and even a skate/dirt bike park. It's also one of the only places we can walk around town without the endless din of honking taxis and hurried commuters. It has quickly become our favorite part of town.

      Actually, walking along the cliffs might be our second favorite part of town. The first is the food. Lima is a foodie capital, and we made a point to 'tour' the ...

      Our first destination!!

      A travel blog entry by ittakestwo on Jan 11, 2014

      68 photos

      ... the temple still remains is due to its "bookshelf" construction. South Americas notorious fault line means there are frequent tremors and quakes, and five in Lima that have been recorded to destroy buildings, one measuring a massive 8.6 on the ricta scale, but the temple still stands. Its designed to take the impact. When the temple was restored they found mummified people inside, and studies have shown they were mainly female. Every 15-20 years ...

      Day 3 - Walking Tour of Lima

      A travel blog entry by csalas98 on Nov 03, 2013

      7 photos

      ... on the water. Mira Flores is a wealthy area of Peru. It has a modern contemporary feel in the area and a beautiful view. As we walked along this area, we ended up in a shopping mall that had been built into the side of the cliffs. It had a modern contemporary look and feel to it. The mall had an open ceiling and a glass wall where you could look out into the ocean. It was definitely a site worth seeing. To cap off the day, we decided to go ...