Day two of teacher training.  Just let me say, ‘It’s hot!”  Temp is 93, feel like 103.

Our view of Acapulco Bay.

The training has gone very well!  Today we lost a couple teachers from yesterday, but gained just as many more  that were not able to come yesterday.  Several have voiced their appreciation for the material taught. It has been hard for all of us to deal with the heat, even those who live here and are used to it.  Needless to say, and as you can tell by the pictures, they had a good time and were a great group to work with.


This was not the whole group, but only those who were remaining at the end of the day.

Shredding stewed chicken

Again, I spent most of the day in the kitchen helping Cliseria, our cook, make tacos and all the things that go with them.  Mexican tacos are different than the ones we eat back home.  First, chicken is boiled, then shredded, rolled up into fresh corn tortillas and fried, like little cigars.  They are eaten with fresh salsa, guacamole, lettuce, tomato, onion, sour cream and crumbled Mexican cheese.

After the teachers left, we put the great room back as we found it and put our weary feet up to rest.

We are drinking a lot of purified water.  So, how many 5 gallon bottles of water will Dale have to carry, this week, from the convenient store a block away and up this staircase?