Holiday Inn Express Tapachula
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... were thrown on the top and with the bus already beginning to move we ran to the front and jumped on. We weren't sure if they were going to ask for payment on this bus, but we were hoping not. For some reason, when we left the first bus, we were given back 10Q (approximately $1.50 CDN). When the ayudente on the new bus came to us, he asked for money. There was a bit of a language barrier and miscommunication, but it turned out we had to pay him 30Q ($4.50 CDN). We are not sure if we ...
... on Lake Nicaragua. Then Columbia, Ecuador and Peru. I am still hearing the call to South America. I suppose what could happen is that if I really fit into this community and my work is supported, I might use this as a base, travel south and return later. I am certainly not making any fixed plans. Going with the flow. I am here and now. Allowing impulses and intuition, inspiration and coincidences, excitement and vision, to guide me.
I attended an ayuasca ceremony here ...
After a few hours sleep on the bus station floor, being regularly woken up by employees to be told 'you can't sleep here'... We played the 'no entiendo, lo siento' and carried on, we got up and went to find some food and water for the journey. We got on the bus at midday and have never been on a bus with so many security stops, army ...
... volcanoes one late afternoon. Sitting on the balcony in silent meditation, gazing out over the lake and up at the majestic sleeping giants, I get my first real feeling for the quiet and peaceful intensity of Lake Atitlan.
I have been here a week today, and have met more amazing, wonderful, interesting, spiritual and weird-like-me people here in San Maros than the whole previous year of traveling in Mexico. The community here reminds me of home, of ...
... others, so we had the joy of putting up the tents and starting lunch.
Lunch was avacados, onions, peppers, carrots, cucumbers, fresh bread and chips. A welcome feast after our hours of climbing.
The clouds were desending fast and we were literally sitting in a cold damp mist of cloud, so we pulled out the sleeping bags and sat in the tent chatting to an Irish couple and an English couple
Lorenzo called us about an hour later to say he was heading up to ...