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Travel Blogs from San Marcos La Laguna
... me. I discovered that I have an natural instinct with my hands, and somehow I have combined all my experiences and my hands naturally go to the right spot. I had never really focused on giving people masages prior to living in San Marcos. I also opened up and allowed myself to sing freely the beautiful music that flows through me. Prior, I was afraid to sing my songs to people...but here I realized that I have a gift of song and it is healing.
I started ...
... is in a old crater lake and the foundations are literally slime every time it rains. We found all this information out as we stayed at the local church in the hall with a few Americans out here helping doing odd jobs for the Padre who is also American and has been here 40yrs or so. Apparently he is insanely clever and has written numerous books including the first mass into Quiche (The local language of the indigenous mountain people). He is viewed as something of a king around here ...
... up. Had to hire a guide, which is partly due to finding trail (which didn't seem that hard) but also to keep the bandits away, although the I didn't really feel that was an issue, and the really only protection we had was a small dog, but better safe than sorry. For those of you have gone hiking with me, you know I tend to move pretty quick, even uphill, but today this guide put me in my place, I kept ...
... come! One thing that i forgot to mention was the burritos we had in Antigua, easily the best thing i have eaten on this holiday. I had a bacon and shrimp burrito which came with cooked mixed veges, cheese and this incredible chipotle sauce, wrapped in a flour tortilla topped with shredded lettuce and sliced avocado and a drizzle of mayo. It was orgasmic! We pretty much only ate in this restaurant while we were there and we didn't even care that we didn't try anywhere else! ...
... knowing that the sooner they finish up their last trip the sooner they can join a group of their friends on the steps of some tienda or another to discuss the latest trends in faux-hawks, followed by some serious, no-holds-barred loitering.
The ubiquitous lancha is by far our most common form of conveyance, especially for me, seeing as all my favourite activities happen to have water between us and them. Lazily returning after a short hike and bacon and cheese ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Aaculaax San Marcos La Laguna
This is a beautiful place set just below the little Mayan reserve where they used to have Mayan sacrifices. The reserve has trails up to the altar and places to swim and a trampoline. The hotel is quirky in all the right ways, with great mosics, tiles and artwoks decorating all the rooms and common areas. The gardens are peaceful and filled with hidden treasures.
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