<p>Thousands of Central American migrants are marching towards the United States in their quest for asylum. </p> <p>The migrants have been undertaking a gruelling journey through a part of Mexico. </p> <p>This group of migrants has been travelling mostly on foot for much of last week. On Sunday, they stopped over at the town of Arriaga where a temporary shelter has been set up by local authorities to provide medical support and food. </p> <p>“Thanks to God, it has gone well. We’ve always been helped, the medics are nice, they’ve always given us a hand. The few of us who are on the road we haven’t suffered, they’ve (Mexicans) always helped us.” said Bernadina Hernandez a Honduran mother in the caravan.</p> <p>Meanwhile, Donald Trump continues to rail against the caravan, saying the migrants will not enter the United States. </p> <p>Nevertheless, other caravans continue forming in Central America as people flee poverty and violence afflicting three of the most dangerous countries in the hemisphere: Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.</p> <p><strong>Reuters</strong></p>
The few of us who are on the road we haven't suffered, they've (Mexicans) always helped us.