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 ...
... crisis on the border; and to bring the plight of migrants to public attention. These goals are implemented by recruiting aid programs as well as supporting already-existing ones, by interfaith, humanitarian, peaceful, solidarity-building events, and by establishing camps for assistance, outreach and border monitoring. Under the No More Deaths umbrella, participating groups—staffed by ...
... t involve a turkey or stuffing, although all of the Mexico YAGMs got together the week after and did the Thanksgiving meal up right. Rather, I went to work at DDESER to put condoms in condom holders that included the instructions on how to properly use a condom. As I put them in, I had some time to reflect on the many things I am thankful for. Here is a list of just some of the things I came up with on that Thanksgiving Day:
- Friends, both here in ...
... the island of a thousand dolls. It's a small area of land owned and lived on by a lone man (despite him having a wife and children) who believed the island was haunted by a little girl and so began collecting old dolls that would drift down the river in order to keep the spirit happy. This slowly turned into an obsession of which the man would sometimes venture to mainland to search bins for dolls, and even ...
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