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    minutes from the fun and excitement at Puerto Vallarta is the all-inclusive Hard Rock Hotel Vallarta resort. You can life like a rock star at this luxury resort that is right on the Nuevo Vallarta beach. You and your family will enjoy the magnificent views, excellent food and beverages and a wide range of activities at your fingertips. Water sports include kayaking, diving, snorkeling, sailing and dee-sea fishing. On land, you have a selection of championship golf courses, horseback riding, shopping, beach volleyball and much more. When you find Nuevo Vallarta timeshares for sale, you can have the ultimate family vacation every year for a price you can afford. Your home away from home will have spectacular views of Banderas Bay from your private balcony, elegant décor and all the amenities of a five star resort. You will have free Wi-Fi, a hydro spa tub, cutting-edge entertainment system and more. Nuevo Vallarta timeshares for sale mean you have access to all of the Hard Rock Hotel Vallarta features including the holistic spa, two tropical swimming pools, fitness center and the top nighttime entertainment with live music concerts and parties until dawn. This is the Hard Rock after all. Children are not left out. There are activities just for kids all week as well as the Little Big Club with themed rooms and…

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    Fun fact: We spent a total of four days as tourists in a combination of Puerto Vallarta, Acapulco, Panama City, and Playa del Coco. Miguel and I left Puerto Vallarta and flew to Zihuatenejo for lunch and fuel. Although it is a popular vacation destination in its own right, we didn’t stop there; instead we set our course for Acapulco. After we touched down in Acapulco, the two of us spent the remainder of that day and all of the following day enjoying the world famous resort. Though my…

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    Descriptive Vacation

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    During the summer of 2014, my family and I enjoyed a vacation in one of the most beautiful place I have ever visited. My uncle had won a trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico for the whole family and we were ecstatic to say the least. I remember looking at pictures of the unbelievable mansion we would be staying in called Casa China Blanca, but no picture captured how amazing it truly was. Although, the entire city was not as luxurious as our gated community, I still believe Puerto Vallarta is one of…

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    Racism in To Kill a Mockingbird “In our courts, when it’s a white man’s word against a black man’s, the white man always wins. They’re ugly, but those are the facts of life.” (295) With these words, Atticus informs Jem that not everything is right and fair. What Atticus meant most importantly by this quote was that not everyone is equal to each other in the world. To be more specific, African Americans and white people are no where near equal. To Kill a Mockingbird is a novel written by Harper…

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    In, Lies my Teacher Told Me, by James Loewen, many different important points are made about how the history textbook industry is corrupt, telling lies, or not telling the whole truth to the young readers. This should be very evident to most people, since textbooks spanning from elementary to high school often tell different pieces of information, and sometimes, complete opposite of those pieces of information. For years, history textbooks have been corrupted by the economically elite, and…

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    Cultural discrepancies always play a role when it comes to conflicts. For example, language act as a barrier when trying to get ideas across and are often at the root of all miscommunications. Excluding background differences, all people are human. They feel, they cry, they tend and they’re especially prone to mistakes and hypocrisy. In the novel, The Light in the Forest, by Conrad Richter, a white boy growing up in a Native American tribe is to determine where his true loyalties lie. The…

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    An injustice I see throughout my community, or the American community in general, is racial and religious discrimination. Ever since the creation of America, there has been racism and a division among the people, and many people have tried to erase the tension entirely, but only small doses of success have been seen here and there. Yes, there is equal rights for all now, but there is a definite tension still among the American people when it comes to race and religion. People have to be…

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    In his personal essay, “Captivity”, Sherman Alexie develops an intriguing view on the complexities of the relationship between Native Americans and European Americans, criticizing Caucasians for hypocrisy and fight for power between the two. His many examples comparing the relations between Whites and Native Americans in his essay, while formidable to producing his argument, are helped significantly by a metaphor presented through the mentioning of Mary Rowlandson, a historical figure who was…

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    Puerto Rico Research Paper

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    The United States won control over Puerto Rico in 1898 after the Spanish-American War was over, Spain had surrendered the remainder of its overseas colonial empire to the United States. Even though Puerto Ricans were not considered citizens of the United States till 1917 with the Jones Act some say that “Puerto Ricans have been ‘born in the U.S.A’ since 1898.” (Nieto, 515) Once the United States had control over Puerto Rico, they had to decide the relationship with them and in 1952 they…

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    The name of the book is When I was Puerto Rican by Esmeralda Santiago published in October of 1994. Esmeralda Santiago Story begins in Puerto Rico, where her childhood was full of happy and sad moments she was also surrounded by poverty. As she grew up in Puerto Rico she learned how to eat tropical fruits. Being surrounded by trees, frogs, mango, Groves and the taste of delicious fruits. Being exposed to fresh chicken and pork sausages called morcilla. She had to usher a dead boy’s Soul to…

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