This past weekend I went to Casa de Elizabeth along with my sister Laura to say hi to some of the children. I visited them for three days before leaving for Sudan in December of 2009 and after only a year the kids seem to have grown so much. Some of them I've been seeing [...]
Could you get any cuter than this . . . ? I don't think so, it's the daughter of a young pilgrim from the South of Mexico at the Basilica de la Virgen de Guadalupe, so adorable.
So fellow News21 reporter Evan Wyloge and I headed out to interview some new U.S. citizens and swing by the truly American tradition of protest in the form of a tea party at the Arizona State Capitol. Here are some audio and photographs from today: It's those little things that really tell you about people. [...]
Pilgrims from Chalma, a town near Mexico City, march back with their Virgin de Guadalupe to place her back in their town's church. So a while back I started a project on the Virgen de Guadalupe . . . she is an apparition of the Virgin Mary that appeared on Tepeyac Hill in Mexico City [...]
First visit, or at least real time spent in Tijuana rather than commuting to and from the airport. I don't know what to make of the city. We went from a starbucks in the Rio zona to the "wall" that comprises the U.S.-Mexico border along the beach and ended up at a boxing match framed [...]
The ride back home . . . I'm now in AZ for a while, but it's exciting because tomorrow I graduate! Obama is also our commencement speaker and I plan on sneaking in with my camera bag, should be fun. Over the Mexico City skyline . . .
Met some new people for drinks/dinner at Groove in Condesa Saturday night. It was an interesting night, definitely won't forget it . . . Anyway these were the ones I liked.