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This Caravan has little to do with helping Hondurans

So we have a “Caravan” moving north from Honduras through Guatemala making their way towards Mexico’s southern border. By some estimates the march is roughly 4,000 strong. 328 more words

Gray's Economy

'Only God on high can stop us': Migrant caravan gathers at Guatemala-Mexico border

Members of a 3,000-strong migrant caravan have massed in this Guatemalan border town across the muddy Suchiate River from Mexico, as U.S. President Donald Trump… 1,156 more words


Guatemala- UN Commission against Corruption

Guatemala has been known to suffer from extreme amounts of government corruption, as well as the negative after effects of decades of civil war such as violence and drug trafficking. 521 more words

Backstrap Weaving - Summery Cloth

With the temperature around 91 F and a broken air conditioner, it’s just as well that I have decided to weave something light and airy as my first big project for this season. 1,419 more words

Backstrap Weaving

A look inside Solo travel

By Jordan Porter

If you have travelling in your blood but have never done it alone – do it. A solo trip is one of the most liberating things you can do. 1,257 more words

Year Four, Day Four

This morning we rode up the mountain (some walked!) to the village of El Durazno to teach the little kids about pollinators, butterflies, and provided tasty and fun snacks.  215 more words

Central America