Tx Hotel Tequesquitengo
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... quarters wearing a shirt adorned with the 'Telitaxi' logo and from somewhere, he magic-ed up a rather battered taxi. We weren’t quite sure if it was the same Carlos – or maybe his brother? – but as the cost was little more than a couple of euros for the ride, we didn’t argue. We have subsequently taken two more trips into town because there is a lot to see.
We were particularly impressed by the Robert Brady Museum, which is in a ...
... but taking their job very seriously. They gave Chris and I a little demonstration. Looked a little dicey.
A fireworks castillo was being built in a corner of the yard. A real work of art and built with such speed and precision. People were being treated to free hot chocolate and a pastorela play on a stage.. We bought and ate yummy hand-made quesadillos with cheese and mushrooms. So tasty.
It was a great way to learn some new Spanish words and a bit ...
... to Mexico from Arizona. The song Circles allowed me the space to think about immigration and humanity. I encourage you to take a listen.
PS: If you would like to read some reflections from the other Mexico YAGMs click the name to go the blog posts!
... providing assistance to countless people in the border town of Agua Prieta, Sonora.
Healing our Borders is an interfaith group based in Douglas, Arizona. They organized in December of 2000 in response to the growing number of migrant deaths in Cochise County, which has become the most popular entry point for undocumented migrants along the entire U.S.-Mexico border. Healing Our Borders ...
When even the common thornbush
Is aflame with your glory,
O God our creator,
Who lives and reigns for ever and ever.
Walter Raushenbush´s words inspired me to write my own Thanksgiving Day Prayer. What will his words inspire you to do?
In peace love and gratefulness,