Our counselor group left for Hakata Station on the morning of July 25 to meet with the families who’d be hosting us over the next couple of days. 2,162 more words
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A little on the shrine of Santa Muerte (Holy Death). Every day hundreds of people flock to the gritty Tepito neighborhood in Mexico City’s colonial center to ask Santa Muerte—also known as La Niña Blanca (The White Girl)—for health, wealth, prosperity and happiness.