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Travel Blogs from Puebla
Puebla is a big enough city I discovered on arrival, I thought for some reason I was heading for a small little town.
We arrived in and found our hostel - not by any means Mexican standard but sure it'd do.
The city has a lovely plaza where u can hang out amongst the trees for shade and watch the world go by.
There is also a number of very large church's and cathedrals - One of which Santo Domingo and ...
... large it was. Unfortunately the volcano was not clear since the weather was hazy……but very warm! I guess my photos tell the rest of the story. It was just a really relaxed day as we met up and also went separate ways at different points in the day. I really wanted to go to Cholula to see the ruins but because we took the bus tour that didn’t really work. However, now I know how easy it is to get there I am sure I will go back again.
... winged angel sits upon an impressive pillar that towers ...
... and went down onto the street where lots of strange, friendly, Mexican men offered to take us in their private taxis to the bus station, but dad has read too many guide books saying NEVER go in a private taxi, so we tried to walk away, but people over here are very persistent and followed us until we actually got into a proper taxi. The bus trip was pretty uneventful apart from at the very start when we walked on, ...
... 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.