Hotel Villa Bejar and Spa Tequesquitengo
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
Tetela is known for its chapel of the Three Wise Men built in the 1600's by the Franciscans and also for its incredible wall and gate that were designed and built by a British artist and relative of Princess Diana, John Spencer, who had lived in Cuernavaca for many years. It is also known for its many nurseries.
We went there to see the church, walls and gates but also because of a fair that was being held in the town, in honour of the church. ...
... at home while they attend college. Mexicans have roots, strong roots. When you toss a machismo culture in the mix things like immigration to the United States start to make a whole lot more sense. When family is the most important thing and you can't find work to support your family, to feed, clothe, or send them to school leaving them behind ...
... those migrants who wish to return back home; medical care and spiritual support.
Agua Para La Vida (Water for Life) was formed in 2002 by residents on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, as participants began to leave bottled water (first liters, then gallons) along popular migrant trails on the U.S. side. About 60% of these bottles were slashed and left along the trains, presumably by ...
... I did nothing. What could I do?
I remember today. I read a facebook status from a dear friend mentioning the shootings. I was sitting in front of the fifty -two Mexican children. This day, when 26 people were shot to death at an elementary school in Connecticut. Eighteen kids were executed. Six adults shot, trying to stop the killer. I want to name them, but I don't know their names. I want to do something, but ...