Argovia Finca Resort, Ruta del cafe
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... to the grinding then to the drinking! It was delicious.
We spent a bit of time around the town square to finish off the excursion. The town centre is quite modern and was bustling with activity. They sell flavoured drinks in huge containers. It intrigued us that people would buy such enormous serves.
It was a very interesting day.
Ki'wenen tech ki'I ba wilil "Good Night" in Lacandon, a Mayan ...
We were told by Emilio, today's tour guide, that we were in for a treat, and he was not wrong. We arrived in Puerto Chiapas early this morning, and realised very soon that the port was pretty much a fishing village, with no sign of a town. Emilio met us at the ship and we quickly joined a bus load of about 35 people for the tour called Chiapas through the Ages.
The city of Tapachula is about a twenty minute drive through farmland from the ...
Our last stop in Guatemala was Xela, primilarly because we have a flight booked from nearby Tapachula, Mexico. We never really gave much thought into how we would get from Xela to Tapachula, mostly because no matter where we've been in the last year, one thing that has always been really easy and available is transit. We've taken lots of different modes of transportation to get from one destination to another and while it hasn't always been smooth sailing, there have always been ...
... to always be centered in both at the same time. To have my heart and head working together.
On the last day of the pranayama course I was doing my last round of kriyas on the lake shore, next to my future home, meditating, playing my flute, when this poem came to me. The first in almost 2 or 3 years.
In timeless moments,
and moment-less time,
that stretches out backwards,
and forwards,into infinity,
and pivoting on this ...
... are several levels of fee structures for locals and semi locals/foreigners living on the lake and new arrivals, for the ferries and the tuk tuks). He zooms off and we end up walking the few km's up the hillside. I have a really large and heavy set of Christina's Tibetan singing bowls in my backpack, and curse her intransigence as I struggle up the hill in the mercifully gentle drizzle.
It doesn't stop raining for the next few days. It is the rainy ...