Hotel Santa Cruz Oaxtepec
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... tiny streets, lined with a dense mass of shacks, housing the thousands of poor that live in this small city. However, we have never felt threatened and despite the fact that most streets are un-named, we have usually managed to navigate our way back to civilisation.
Our major trek has been to Tepoztlan, a magical place of some 13,000 inhabitants. However, it is more like a rustic Mexican village with its cobblestone streets and hundreds of brightly ...
Many houses were full of European artwork, stained glass, tapestries and beautiful furniture. When the Jesuits and Franciscan missionaries came from Spain, a chapel with a bell tower or spire was built on the hacienda property.
During the time of the Mexican Revolution in 1910, many hacienda owner and their families 'ran for their lives' and left Mexico. The workers were left on the land and kept working the fields. The abandoned manor houses became the ...
... suffering on the U.S./Mexico border through civil initiative: the conviction that people of conscience must work openly and in community to uphold fundamental human rights. The goals of No More Deaths, founded in 2004, are to provide water, food, and medical assistance to migrants walking through the Arizona desert; to monitor US operations on the border and work to change US policy to resolve the ...
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... very colourful, hand made, wooden floating pontoon boats which hold 20 people and are normally for litle boat parties. Since it was just Rachelle and I, it was pretty expensive since the boat ride would take 4 hours all up and the whole thing is driven by a guy with a long stick (kind of like a giant gondola or punting). So after 2 hours of slowly gliding through the small canals of the town we arrived at ...
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