Argovia Finca Resort, Ruta del cafe
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... mainstream. I have in this week had some strong confrontations with some of my issues. If you are willing to face your stuff, there is so much support here. Yesterday we hosted a day of therapy-sharing, a cacao ceremony and music/sound baths at our house. Before everybody arrived Christina, who had just finished her second degree Reiki course, gave me a treatment and guided me into acknowledging and resolving two of my issues, support and control. Not ...
... us though.
I walked around the cemetery and took tons of pictures and videos. Nobody seemed to mind which was nice - I didn't get hurt anyways.
Taking part in the Day of the Dead celebrations was an experience we can now cross off our bucket list. I think it would be neat if we celebrated this day in Canada. Next year, if I am in Canada, I might take Joanne and the kids to the cemetery to put something on my sister's grave ...
For the last time on our trip, we landed at a new country to explore; Mexico. Our point of arrival would be Puerto Chiapas, just northwest of the border of Guatemala. We were up for a big breakfast around 9, an omelette, followed by waffles. A big breakfast, as there would be no time for lunch today, due to an organised tour we had planned. By 10, we were exploring the small port, and soon thereafter boarding a coach for todays destinations, the Izapa ...
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Woke up to a VERY rainy day so didn't think the scenic route through the twisties and up the mountains, on slippery roads, was a great idea. Rain or not I had to get moving so off I went on a hot humid, wet Sunday morning. The roads were clear and hardly any traffic so made quite good progress.
When I say the roads are good they are...until you go through a town and then they deteriorate slightly or very badly. Going ...
... direction! I have a difficult time here with the accents. Plus,there are many languages in Chiapas,where Spanish is not the people's first language.(Tzetzill and Tzotzil people have hteir own language and there are others including of course Mayan). I looked at my map and realised he took the coast (longer) route as it was a (bit)better road.The border to Guatamala is only a few kilometres away , therefore we had many immigration and federal police checkpoints ,which we ...