Hotel Quinto Sol
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Today we finally made it to Teotihuacan, the ancient site north of Mexico City. It's thought to be almost 2000 years old so it's pretty impressive that so much of it is still standing.
To get there we took the Metrobus north from Sonora to La Raza for MX$6 then caught the subway two stops to the Autobuses del Norte metro station which is just across the road ...
... The items on sale were mostly pretty high quality and good value. They included black obsidian sculptures, masks, Sun Stone memorabilia, ocarinas and little instruments for imitating the snarl of a jaguar! This last, we couldn't work out for a long time. Before you realised that it was supposed to be a jaguar, it sounded like someone trying to hock up a hairball. However, we weren't here for the trinkets. Teotihuacan is the site of a (very) prehispanic city. It is ...
... a new bible study for recently graduated college students. That God will raise up a committed team to lead them and that many will be impacted.
-We will also begin fundraising for the 4 students who will be going to the World Assembly in Mexico city June 20th-30th. That the Lord will guide these 4 students as they prepare and trust the Lord in this time.
... I returned to dear, sweet, little Pachuca, I began to plan and pray over my schedule for work AND volunteering. And I quickly became doubtful. I felt so aware of my inadequacies that I didn't think I could possibly connect well with the students; especially with so many things going against me: I'm American, my Spanish sometimes sucks, I'm older than them AND my background wasn't always a strict protected and well guarded Christian life (Like the majority ...
We went on a daytrip to Teotihuacan, the old Aztec city north of Mexico city. Well worth the trip and spectacular views from the top. The Information provided is interesting but it seems there is not such much known about those days especially about the daily life of people, so its more and archicteural thing.
The only downside that we found here was the incredible amount of street vendors who were trying to sell you the same stuff over and over again, apart from that a great ...