Hotel Villas Paraiso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the water next to our hostel it wouldn't've been a question of IF I'd gotten infected, but WHAT I would get infected with. Travel luck really seems to be on my side so far. With that in mind I settled for a purified water shower, and made sure all my meals were non-fish based. The only toxins I want are alcohol based. Speaking of which, I had 5 liters of tequila from Tequila I needed to break into.
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... I was offered a cleansing by "una bruja" (a witch) using white magic. So one afternoon I went to her home with an open mind and a hopeful heart. I was rubbed with a lime and a strongly perfumed oil (was I marinated?) as prayers were said.
Then alcohol was poured in a circle on the kitchen floor before it was ignited and I was told to hop into the middle of this small blue ring of flames where I barely fitted. The fabric of my skirt billowed in ...
... stops:list 36.0pt">Bells in San Miguel - The church was about one block from us
... where he grew up, then served (still very young) as a medic in the Vietnam (or should I say American) war. After that he's had (and still has) a successful career as an artist. Luckily for me he is also into photography and so not only gives me good advice in general,but also regarding photography and editing.
An incredibly kind person, with a smart brain and a mischievious soul who encourages me with my creativity. A man who encourages me in so ...
... had been ransacked by history, including the Spanish. Rumor has it that the Mexican's buried the entire area when they were being threatened by the Spanish. Excavation of the area is just beginning.
Then on to the ball field for Ulama. Fransisco told us a story about the game and people playing for their lives, and we ran into another local ...