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Rode a tuk tuk from San Pedro to the nearby village of San Juan to check out the woven products. There are many weavers co-ops to protect the interests of the women who do all the work. Colourful murals cover the exterior of many buildings. Also a nice surprise to see a little herbal garden with a little stand selling products. We returned to San Pedro by boat, a short ride. We could have walked but it was too ...
... Lago de Attilan.
Three volcanos are on the edge of the lake, making it a beautiful setting. It was a bit chilly and we had to wear our jumpers.
Took a boat trip to 3 villages on the edge of the lake. These villages depend on tourism, coffee and banana farming. The prettiest one is very laid ...
... during Semana Santa and rest of the year he resides with a caretaker receiving offerings.
Video: Cult of Maximon, Santiago Atitlan
After paying our respects to Maximón, we took the path downhill along narrow, shop-lined streets to the main town square. On one side was a large white stucco church that dates from 1571. A rounded stone staircase led to the entrance and inside green, red and gold drapes added color to the otherwise ...
... I am beautiful and perfect. My world is my reflection...and every day that reflection dives deeper.
I asked for a partner. A partner in crime, in fun, in dance, in spirit...and in so much more. I asked for this partner and I received exactly what I asked for. My winter solstice began with a Mayan Ceremony and continued into celebrations of high vibrations with powerful women. Two days later, I experienced one of ...
We were up at 5:40 this morning, Dylan had a shower and I had some saladas and vegemite for breakfast and we finished packing up our things, ready to go at 6:30. Today we would be travelling from San Cristobal down to Guatemala by van. It takes about 4 hours to get to the Guatemalan boarder and another 6 hours to get to our final destination, Panajachel. The bus arrived and we piled all our bags in the back and then chose seats. It was only a small bus and we ...