Holiday Inn Express Tapachula
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... bags quickly 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 ...
... and my intention was to receive guidance in my work as a healer and teacher, and towards being able to work within this community, to enhance what is happening here already, and to be a unifying influence as much as possible. Inspiration has come, and I intend to continue being sensitive to local sensibilities and customs, and have confidence in my own abilities as a therapist and teacher, and to hold the frequency of higher consciousness and enlightened awareness.
... but is comprised of every nationality, many from the US, and from Europe. Everybody speaks English. Everybody is focused on spiritual growth, meditation, yoga practice, making music, traveling, learning, sharing, teaching. I have heard that San Marcos, and the lake, has a particular intensity and brings up your **** very quickly. It is a trans-formative place. Someone tells me that San Marcos is an energy vortex that is about 18 months ahead in time than ...
Miles 70 Total 14,567
After a quick chat with Jayne on Skype I left for the border at 07-30 but finding it was not as easy as I thought as the "Guatemala" signs disappear after a while. Once I approached it I noticed a long row of cars then a large number of guys approached me, putting on their "official" badges and trying to stop me but I rode through,
Now I am naive in the ways of such borders but I have read that you pass ...
... at 4100m. Bundling ourselves in fleeces, hats, scarves and gloves we headed off.
The climb was pretty rugged, through long grasses and over rocks, all the while the foggy clouds were growing thicker and thicker. Up top it was cold and grey with not a lot of view, but a worthwhile climb all the same.
We got back to camp in time for a pasta dinner and just as the rain came in.
With not much else to do and our bones getting colder by the minute we clampered ...