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Travel Blogs from Tepoztlan
... emails to the alumni of his elite east coast university and the way he litters his speech with acronyms: USAID, NGO, MPP. This year he's empowering women in Latin America, but last year he was working on democracy promotion in Africa, and next year it's off to Vietnam to oversee microfinance development. Is there any world problem this whiz can't solve on a year-long contract, armed only with a cushy salary, company car, and housing stipend? Before you get ...
... for the moment we have been asked to leave until we get a permit. Bethel is working on it but dealing with paperwork in Mexico is a nightmare.
Thousands of humble people were reached here and many of them were looking forward to stopping for a few minutes to study the Bible every week.
Please pray for the legal “doors” to open so this project can continue here :-)
Next we moved to this main street called “Reforma” , ...
... although not in the league of Cartagena, and true to our style of exploration we walked the whole city, so we know what it’s really like. This part of the Gulf is like the Florida Quays (sorry if I’ve spelled that wrong) but lots of little islands joined by a huge stilt supported bridges, and we spent 3 idyllic nights in one of these settlements, and only left when we had run out of provisions (no shops just fishermen there).
Next came ...
... the top of this mountain is an old pyramid, which gets lit up in celebration once a year. Well, it just so happened that we were coming on the night that it was fired up like an eight year olds hair next to birthday candles.
Thinking that it was a great idea to climb the mountain in our exhausted state, we started out at about 7:30 pm. At the base of ...
... about six different
presidents of Mexico. Now it serves as the National Museum of History.
the late afternoon I sat outside and enjoyed some beers. At PM I met
up in a tour. We went to a Pulqueria and I tried my first glass of