Hacienda San Gabriel de las Palmas
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- Swimming pool
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... tiny streets, lined with a dense mass of shacks, housing the thousands of poor that live in this small city. However, we have never felt threatened and despite the fact that most streets are un-named, we have usually managed to navigate our way back to civilisation.
Our major trek has been to Tepoztlan, a magical place of some 13,000 inhabitants. However, it is more like a rustic Mexican village with its cobblestone streets and hundreds of brightly ...
... money. One other think was the amount of time being wasted on paperwork. The doctor spent at least 7 minutes per patient filling out the prescriptions and other paperwork type things. He was constantly being interrupted by nurses and other employees to sign different documents. When the medicine was delivered he had to sign literally a binder about 4 inches think of paperwork because he said he was personally responsible for that shipment of drugs, equally about $10,000 ...
... from trying.
Family is by far the most important part of Mexican culture. Children live with their parents until they themselves get married. People take care of their aging parents by having them move in to their house, not to nursing home. It is rare for people to move away from the city they were born and raised in. Young adults ...
... needs - a fresh pair of socks, a burrito, and some basic medical attention for dehydration and blisters goes a long way. The Center helps to inform migrants about their options, including reduced price bus tickets to return to their place of origin. Another important part of the Center's work is abuse documentation, which they use to better understand the situation migrants face and, in ...
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