Volunteer’s Life continued – Suegras residence

I just concluded another two days of interviewing students, with no more interviews until Thursday. So – for my day off tomorrow, I will be taking the bus to Colima City to do some shopping and exploring.

In the meantime, I will tell you a little about another of the volunteers’ residences called Suegras.  The name means mother-in-law in Spanish and is named after the respective mothers-in-law of Ted Rose (founder of Project Amigo) and his wife Susan Hill.

It is beautiful and elegant – two stories of apartments outside with a central area containing an open-air kitchen, sitting area, bar area and fountain. It is tiled and has a profusion of plants and trees. Outside the gate are more orange trees.

Next to the gate is a stairway leading up the a flat roof, where you have an excellent view of the volcano.  Words don’t do it justice, and it is getting late, so for now, I will just post some pictures and let them give you a sense of what it is like to live in this residence.

‘Night, All !!

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