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... There are billions of people in the world
that are living in extreme poverty...
FOR WHERE YOU WERE BORN,
FOR WHERE YOU ARE,
FOR WHO YOU ARE,
FOR WHAT YOU ARE, AND ...
... through the tunnels, doesn't sound too exciting, but I can tell you Calgary has four more car racing fans then it had yesterday.
We said bye to our neighbors this morning, had a late breakfast, played a couple games, and now some of the clan has gone off to get some more antibiotics for Kona, tour some gardens and take in the city.
Tomorrow we are heading back to the coast, Zihuatanejo. It will be a full day of traveling. If ...
Amigos y Compaņeros
When I walk to Centro from my place in San Miguel, a 20 minute walk there, up hill
and walk back from Centro to my place in San Miguel, a 10 minute walk back, down hill;
I almost always meet people that I know,
and stop to talk to, sometimes 3 or 4 different people.
I know a lot of people in San Miguel
and it is a small community in many ways.
The English speaking community in San Miguel
Last entry from Greg- I didn’t know if I could return to Mexico but pulled off an after work Wednesday to Sunday trip to spend one last weekend with our friends at a Hacienda in Dolores Hidalgo called Hacienda Las Trancas. I had missed the kids Christmas performance though made it back in time to eat dinner with friends from Chicago- their son was a friend of Katie and had actually planned this event and invited us to join them. We had ...
... is an ornate, gold-filled religious prayer chapel; it is locked away from the public and access is difficult. The Oratorio is the busiest church in town.
The first plaza in San Miguel was the Health Plaza. It sits in front of the Church of Our Lady of Good Health (originally a chapel for the defunct St. Francis de Sales college) attached to the church. St. Cecilia, patron saint for the blind and musicians, is revered in this church. The Civic Plaza is ...