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A Form of Beauty in A City Filled With Fear

I went on a walk today and captured this. My broken iPhone 6 does not allow me to capture all of its beauty, but you gotta work with what ya got. 191 more words

Cenotes: What You Should Know

Before our trip I had absolutely no idea what a Cenote was! A Cenote is an sinkhole or a natural pit which is caused from a collapse of limestone rock that exposes ground water. 358 more words


Life Afloat On Another Boat

Making a conscious effort to explore the possibilities for our next adventure included taking a look at life afloat on another boat. When our friend Kevin invited us and a few others to go for lunch in Yelapa we were intrigued. 666 more words


“La moral empieza en casa”

(Translation: “Morality starts at home”)

Delcy Rodríguez, Venezuelan foreign minister. Photo Credit: Israel Leal/AP. Source: Miami Herald

As the 47th General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS) met in the Mexican resort town of Cancún and discussed and discussed ( 1,073 more words


Language by Baptism: Introduction

Looking forward to spending the next four weeks in San Miguel de Allende (SMA), immersing myself in the Spanish language and Mexican culture (and taking a grateful break from crafting sermons). 125 more words