Barcelo Cuernavaca Ejecutivo
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When even the common thornbush
Is aflame with your glory,
O God our creator,
Who lives and reigns for ever and ever.
Walter Raushenbush´s words inspired me to write my own Thanksgiving Day Prayer. What will his words inspire you to do?
In peace love and gratefulness,
Following a wonderful two weeks in Quertero, I headed back south to Mexico City for a long weekend with my Mexican friends.
On Saturday we journeyed south west to the small colonial town of Tepoztlan, a town surrounded by beautiful landscape. The mountains neighbouring this town create a hugely contrasting environment to Mexico City, and I immediately notice the towns slower pace. We have lunch in the market, a vibrant ...
... in the wall comida corrida where the locals go.
I've spent the past 4 years of our relationship trying to learn to make the a green salsa that is at least better than the artsy cutesy restaurants downtown, and while I always mess up some
part of the process, I figured I'd share the recipe so you can start learning to perfect it as well. The fun thing with salsa is that you can always add more or less ...
... February 2nd, Candlemas Day (when baby Jesus was presented at the Temple). As with most holidays and traditions in Mexico, food is a major highlight: the host must provide tamales and atole for everyone on that day.
At Casa HOY, we cut the rosca at night, on the 5th. Lucky HOY volunteer Calanthia got the baby Jesus…so looks like she’ll have to get a ...
... whose energy matches your own. Despite the threat of rain and having been wandering for hours, with each turn she wanted to show me more cobblestone streets, beautiful haciendas, and little cafes.
On the bus home in a torrential downpour, offered a hand and a seat to elderly boarding the bus.
At the end of the day I tried Pulque -a strong liquor made from the same succulent plant as Mezcla - which was so foul it tasted like sick. ...