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Airport transfer. Hotel Tapachula is strategically located in Tapachula city center, just a 3-minute walk from South Bus Station. The hotel offers an outdoor pool, a gym and free private parking. The functionally decorated rooms offer air conditioning, free Wi-Fi and cable TV. Bathrooms come with free toiletries. Bars and restaurants can also be found in the surrounding streets.
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F rom across the Rio Suchiate comes a staccato patois, not Spanish, not quite French. Distant figures on the Guatemalan bank of the river begin to board a flotilla of wooden rafts, moored beneath a white cross tinting pink as dawn approaches. Soon, the wobbly fleet plunges into the murky water, the passengers perched unsteadily on planks lashed to inner tubes. The drivers dip long poles into the river bed for propulsion. The 60 or travelers — all black, mostly young men, but also several women and children — disembark and gather up their backpacks and bags.
Children are referred to us by the Government Welfare Department and we provide a loving and stable home for them for as long as they need it. The refuge receives no ongoing financial support from the Mexican State or Federal Government. The number of children in our care changes constantly, but on average we care for between 40 and 50 children on a permanent basis. Almost all of the children have suffered extreme poverty and abuse. Some have experienced unspeakable violence.