Hospedaje La Pascana
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... to shaman. I expected robes, beads, candles and a little man with a shaved head and round spectacles.
My ceremony began with an introduction to Juan who was dressed in jeans, polo and trucker’s cap. The recycled juice bottle of brown liquid on the table in front of him added to my concern.
First impressions can be deceiving.
Juan is a master shaman who was giving with his smiles and understanding as I explained my intentions for ...
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And those words, for some of those men, so deeply slumbering, have meant "go and buy cakes" ... Moreover it was night: what a time for such errands!
... The tree was absolutely magnificent and well worth all (their) effort. Trying to take a photo of it was impossible close up - it was just too huge! Before returning to the lodge, we visited another local village, where they showed us how they produced sugar cane juice - basically by putting the sugar cane through a mangle several times. The amount of juice that you get from sugar cane is unbelievable - one cane can produce a whole bowlful of juice. After dinner ...
... with Monica in Brazil. What an amazing time we had: the animals, the sound of birds, the heat, the humidity, the zancudos, the hammacs. But, now that I think about it, there was always music in Brazil and I have not heard any music here yet.
Tomorrow will be another adventure.
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... monkeys - the length of your finger and jokingly ask if we can find them, never expecting that we would be able to find something so tiny in a place so huge. "Sure, no problem. We just need to find some cedar trees that's where they live." Five minutes later we had pulled up on a ruver bank and were standing watching two adorable monkeys running up and down the trunk of a cedar tree. That's when we realised that we had a pretty extraordinary guide. He knew his ...