Argovia Finca Resort, Ruta del cafe
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... into town, driving on a divided 4-land highway, we suddenly noticed cars coming at us in our left lane, so we quickly slid over to the right lane. As it turns out, a tree fell across the two outbound lanes and the cars driving in those lanes simply crossed over to our side to get around the blockage - no road notices, no police with lights, just a big truck coming our way. But that's the way they do things here.
We drove through ...
... 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 ...
... luggage down from the top) and he motioned for us to get off. We did quickly and as per usual, a bunch of Guatemalans rushed us, grabbed our luggage and hurried us to a van. This time though, the ayudente said in limited English to us and one of the Guatemalans, "NO PAY", presumably meaning we didn't have to pay anything on this minibus. We ran to this new van, which is similar to the first one we took earlier today, but in a bit better shape, and we continued our journey to Tecun ...
... 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 ...
... phone and find a print shop for my posters and flyers, it reminds me of Bagsu, and Daremkot near Dharamsala, partly due the the predominance of partying Israeli travelers.
In gloomy last light I can make out lakeside houses as we go from dock to dock on our way to the one closest to the house that Christina has rented and been living in for a month. She has an argument with what later turns out to be the last tuk tuk driver at our dock about the ...