Hotel El Refugio
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... about me they didn't even turn a second glance at me which in away was satisfying. The traffic was unbelievable and I was super tied dozIng off however extremely greatfull to have this experience with a local Mexican family. Dinner we has tortia with guacamole the spiciest ever so fresh with corn ships meat and no pales which look like cactus. So delicious and this it was I have. Even working so hard to experience and I'm finally here. Early to bed as I was falling asleep on ...
... but when we got there it was filled with hundreds of tents pitched up – protesters!
Each street in the city had food stand EVERYWHERE, every 100 metres or so. It was hard to say no to everything as it all looked delicious! Even where the protesters were, there were people cooking & selling tacos etc out of shopping trolleys! Now we see how Mexico has taken over America for the fattest country ...
... Dale and Val were eager to practice their spanish presentation and so there was a lot of chatting and a lot of translating taking place. At some point I began speaking to the Canadians in Spanish and the Mexicans in English and if someone couldn't hear me I would just sign....yikes a little confused!
Very well friends, I hope I have not bored you too much with such a long email. You could always just skip to the photos ;-)
Warm Christian Love and Mexican kisses!!!
... it was undergoing major renovations and, even though we managed to get the guard to open the door, it was too dusty and dangerous to go into. Luckily for us he pointed us in the direction of another nearby Ashkenazi Synagogue. We were on the wrong day for tours but, after much discussion and Annie realising he was asking for a little bribe I gave him what he asked for, the equivalent of US$1.50! The guard happily let us in after telling his caretaker mate what they had ...
... nicknames the "devils bedroom" by people who are involved in it.
However, I cannot go without your help. The cost for everything is $6,000. This would cov)er all room and board, travel, art and hygiene supplies for the kids. As well as nominal at home costs such as health and dental insurance.
I want to thank you in advance for any help you may give me. Wether prayer or financial support. Every penny and prayer matter, and ...