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

To Arizona we go...

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

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Tomorrow I, along with the other Mexico YAGMS, will be heading to Arizona for our border retreat. On this retreat we will be working with many organizations that deal with immigration. Below are the organizations that we will be working with as well as descriptions that my country coordinator, Andrea, wrote.

Frontera de Cristo is a Presbyterian border ministry located in the sister cities of ...

Tour del Centro

A travel blog entry by ksorum on Jan 19, 2013

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... art and history museums. There were lots of great looking restaurants that we want to go back and try. Indigenous tribes sold Aztec art, jewelry, pottery, baskets, and instruments. El Centro is a very popular place for people to come to on the weekends. We definitely want to come back and try the food and shop! ...

Who are we?

A travel blog entry by colleen.maki on Oct 23, 2012

... youth groups, women collectives, and in other kinds of civil action.

Our Interests

We want women to know and exercise their rights, make choices about their sexual and reproductive rights in an autonomous manner, freely and informed.

We look for decision makers on all levels (federal, state, and municipal) and in all areas (education, legislative, health, and judicial) that we can work with to guarantee and increase the validity of sexual ...

Casa HOY partners with Salvation Army

A travel blog entry by porunmejorhoy on Apr 18, 2012

... of water. Our other volunteer, from Australia, took a more low-key approach and colored with children. There was always a group huddled around her, asking questions about where she was from, did she have kids. The usual.

I am thrilled by this opportunity to work with Salvation Army. There will be ups and downs at this project site as well, but a great first day is always inspiring. Our volunteers will be working here for two weeks of their participatory ...

Part 2: Thanksgiving Day

A travel blog entry by porunmejorhoy on Nov 25, 2010

... just love 'em a toasted cow patty to hang out under. So, find your cow patty (looks like a big flat brown rock) kick it over with your shoe, check it, and then put it in your sack of poo that you get to carry around. Or you could be like the women from Cuentepec who accompanied us. They walked around in their jelly sandals and picked it all up by hand. Oh and then carried the friggin’ heavy bags back all by themselves. Boo-ya.

After ...