Her mom was around, no worries. She was a little shy and her mom wanted her to practice English with me while we were all waiting in line to pay for our Mexican sweets. Those cake things were sooo delicious. I have no clue what it was made of because it didn't taste like cake I know. I intend to find out.
Fresh Fruit! September 2nd 2006 I started off last week with finally completing the first and most complicated stage to obtain my visa. Other than that, I've had more group projects in the past few weeks than I would have in a year at U of I. Everything is very group orientated and it was explained that you aren't an individual here, you are your family, you are the group you work with. Also, I have learned that they are really ... read more
North America » Mexico » Coahuila » Saltillo The site of advanced Amerindian civilizations, Mexico came under Spanish rule for three centuries before achieving independence early in the 19th century. A devaluation of the peso in late 1994 threw Mexico into economic turmoil, triggering the worst... ... read more
So I'm studying abroad, again. This time my scene will be in Monterrey, Mexico and I will be studying at the TEC there from August through December '06. I will be using this blog to record my events and let you all in on what I'm up to. Some things I will write about include my day to day and my journies to other countries.
I hope that I get to hear from all of you, whether it is a comment about a bad photo or a message about something interesting I should try. In advance, thank you for reading. ... full info