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... a tourist you just stay in the lobby area. There were some interesting, though smaller, murals that I examined and then headed out again. I headed to the regional museum. After a 5 minute conversation with the security guard who was amazed with my Spanish abilities (I guess he sees a lot of students who struggle with it. . . but the fact I could write Spanish too really impressed him. Hmm.), I started my visit. The museum, as you can tell from its name, ...
... in the last city we visited last year - Queretaro. It is a very beautiful colonial city about a 2 1/2 hour bus ride north of Mexico City. We have rented a house in the Historical District, so if you are brave enough to bus to Queretaro (easy) you'd be welcome to stay with us.
And plans were made for mid February.
The bus system is Mexico is wonderful, so the two of them had a pleasant trip and we met them at the bus terminal to give them a little help ...
... was just... ah, there are no words.
The views and the scenery surrounding us were outstanding. So beautiful, breathtaking. We were completely surrounded by the canyons and the natural beauty as we followed the lead cowboy. I have been on a couple of horserides before, but I have never galloped at that pace... the 3rd time I was absolutely terrified and honestly thought I was going to be ...
... streets right now,
yes, would each of us that joined the
ministry late missed out on a tremendous
blessing and growth experience –DEFINITELY. I don’t know why God chooses to work the way
that he does, why his timing doesn’t
seem to fit our agendas, that’s why I’m not him. In the later part of the book of Job, God is
very clear in explaining that he doesn’t explain himself to anyone. I kept recalling the book ...
... to have at least a little understanding of Spanish. I caught that since it was not a personal item there would be a $20 tax, cash, payable to him. He had to walk away and let some other folks through customs and Quin implored everyone in the van to pray for favor. After much deliberation about the orphanage for the children and about our work for God you could see he was softening some. He began to ask if the water was for the orphanage or the workers and ...