Hosteria Chiverias Hotel Restaurante Bar

Address: Carr. Alpuyeca Jojutla , Zacatepec, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 62780, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carr. Alpuyeca Jojutla , Zacatepec.
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Travel Blogs from Zacatepec


A travel blog entry by colleen.maki on Mar 01, 2013

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... to another country doesn't seem so crazy. But it does seem even more challenging one might imagine. Migrants leave behind everything they know, navigating another culture, another land, without a support system. Crossing the desert isn't the only obstacle.

Everyday I see articles posted on facebook and twitter about immigration reform. ...

To Arizona we go...

A travel blog entry by colleen.maki on Feb 09, 2013

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... marketing, and selling the beans as well. Doing so has revitalized rural communities and has kept families together. They have been joined by partner congregations across the United States who are striving to make a positive impact on both sides of the border.

El Centro de Atención al Migrante "Exodus" (C.A.M.E.) is a hospitality center for migrants, staffed by volunteers and located at ...

Don't you dare forget.

A travel blog entry by losingyourself on Dec 14, 2012

... I was in New Orleans for a youth gathering. I couldn't grasp it. I was more preoccupied with the weather. Later, I liked the fact that Christian Bail visited survivors.

I remember countless earthquakes, tsunamis, and other atrocities from across the globe. Haiti, Thailand, and China. I wish I could put a name to more of them, but what would that do? I read about them in the paper. I heard about them in ...

God Liked My Status but Left No Comment

A travel blog entry by losingyourself on Oct 15, 2012

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The woorddd of the day!

Twitter- Pronounced Tu Eeter In Spanish. This took me some time to figure out.

Here I am in the swing of things. I teach grades 1-5, two times a week. I also have three tutoring sessions with a group of middle schoolers who live in the area. Then of course there is the twenty minute session I have with the preschoolers on Fridays. It's the shortest class, and probably the most fun. ...

Idealist volunteers

A travel blog entry by porunmejorhoy on Apr 10, 2012

For international participants it can sometimes be a shock to enter the educational/childcare system in Mexico. We advise Casa HOY participants to not take things too seriously and to be prepared for a lack of, well, everything. Little or no discipline, lack of school supplies, technology, teachers, and staff, as well as limited, dirty and/or cramped facilities. Children and teenagers' belongings and preparedness will also differ, some having ...