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Travel Blogs from Morelia
... too. Bieber was doing a free concert in the zocalo on the Monday night we were there but all the teenage girls and some older women were wearing purple (biebers fav colour) and some were even camping out hoping to get a good spot at the concert. It was funny to see a number of people protesting about the upcoming election stating "yo soy #132" meaning “I am number 132” which is really in response to one of the presidential candidates Pena Nieto, apparently ...
... art we are doing with them that God would use it to help them heal and they would find confidence and self-worth
The Revive Team: For strength,continued unity, saftey, me to learn spanish quick!
Street kids meeting: Follow up meeting this coming Saturday (Nov 12) from our Mending the Soul conference. We are handing out audio bibles and having an open forum discussion on how people are reaching out to the kids.
... that Manchester United didn't win on Saturday, but I was gutted that Barcelona didn't lose. Not really the right attitude is it?
I was going to write the following in a separate post, but as I can't really see the need in making two entries in two days, here goes:
Wednesday, 1 June, is my birthday. I've already had a party, so I'm not exactly sure what I'll be up to (This entry has been posted on 31 May, in case you're confused). ...
... de Mendoza, named the city Valladolid after the Spanish city and encouraged Spanish nobility to move here with their families. In 1828, after Nueva Espana had become the Republic of Mexico, the city was renamed Morelia in honor of local hero, Jose’ Maria Morelia y Pavon, a key figure in Mexico’s independence.
Sixteenth and 17-century stone buildings, baroque facades and archways line the narrow ...
Ok, so i suppose this is technically day 4 of my trip, but friday night consisted of unpacking and sleeping.
Saturday didnt consist of a whole lot more, with the trip to the supermarket being the main event. After crossing dangerous roads, seemingly a staple in how mexicans travel (taxis and busses will come up later), crossing roads in this area consist of hoping cars dont come round a corner, evading men in silver ...