Why am I here?: My story of a hotel in india

The hotel I stayed at in Santacruz, Mexico, has a history of being a target of the drug cartel.

In 2016, the US government ordered it shut down and ordered the government of Mexico to crack down on drug activity inside the country.

In 2017, the government shut down the hotel and moved it to the Mexican side of the border.

The government of the US has recently said it will reopen the hotel after Mexico approves a bill to legalize recreational marijuana.

In an interview with the US newspaper Business Insider, a former manager at the hotel said he was shocked by the news.

“I was so angry when I saw the news that we had to close,” he said.

“The only reason we were allowed to stay here is because of the DEA.

It’s just the only reason.”

The former manager was one of a number of employees who said they were targeted by drug cartels when they were in the US.

They described being kidnapped or abducted by the cartels as they left their hotels.

The former managers told Business Insider that their bosses in the hotel told them to hide in the toilets and locked their doors.

“We were told to hide ourselves in the bathrooms,” one former manager told the newspaper.

“And I’m talking about when we were in a hotel, like we had a shower, we were not supposed to do that, we would be taken and beaten.”

The owners of the hotel did not respond to Business Insider’s requests for comment.

The story of how the hotel was shut down is a cautionary tale for many Americans.

Many have come to believe that if they are lucky, they can still make it to their destination safely and get back to their families.

However, the number of Americans who have been killed by drug traffickers or have been kidnapped and tortured is increasing.

Many Americans who are targeted for their criminal pasts are forced to live with the scars for the rest of their lives.

Some of the families of the victims have filed lawsuits against the cartels that are suing the government for compensation.

Others have lost relatives to violence or the death of a loved one.

The cases of the former managers, who left the hotel, were a reminder of how easy it is for the cartels to operate in America, and how much they still need to change their ways.

“For many of us, it was an easy place to come and work.

It was a place where we could do business and have a normal life,” the former manager said.

The owners said they believe the bill passed by the Mexican legislature is a step in the right direction.

But that is not stopping the Trump administration from threatening to shut down or close down the entire state of Texas.