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Travel Blogs from Zihuatanejo
- Crashing waves at waterfront campsites - Los Tortugas and Chacalla; more coming;
- Chickens in Los Moochis - The bantam chickens were in the campsite in the morning
... offering to him by having Joel puff away on the cigar and blow the smoke into my ear through a piece of paper rolled up into a cone. Then a song was gently sung by her to the spirit, in my ear.
Today I will be returning to make offerings of Mezcal... I'm not sure what to expect, I hope I won't have a mezcal marinated ear drum tonight! But I have faith in Lupita.
I'm actually writing this with a piece of tobacco leaf scrunched into my ear, ...
... of control. The vertigo was so strong I nearly panicked. It was like being stuck on a carousel gone haywire, causing nausea. With blurred vision and flickering images, I caught a glimpse of my pale face in the mirror, almost expecting my hair to stand out to one side, caused by the experienced centrifugal force that really didn't exist. It was awful.
Several days later and I'm still on that damn carousel, it has slowed down, but I really ...
... photos for them last year. And WOW what a holiday from my holiday!!!! I've had the luxury of staying at a few pretty sweet places before, but NEVER before anything that measures up to this!
La Casa Que Canta has won several awards, "World's best hotel" by Travel + Leisure ...
... confident after that. Franco wasn’t there yet that morning, so instead I went with a young man by the name of Cruz.
I am so glad I did. The path took us through an overgrown jungly bit, Cruz being very chivalrous moving the thick cob-webs with its fat spiders aside as we prodded along the narrow path, at times with steep cliffs on one side having us holding on to branches on the other side… My worst-case-scenario-mind played scenes where I would ...