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... that are representative of the way of life of the people from this region. Our next stop was the Catholic Church, facing the square. Although there is a cathedral in the city, this is the favourite church of the people. Some renovations look place in recent years, and the wooden cross, which was once the full length of the church ceiling is now a lot shorter, and other decorative features were added to the ceiling. Apparently there is ...
... those were two challenges we were dealing with. We did find a few companies offering private door-to-door service for the four hour ride to Tapachula, but they were charging in excess of $150 to drive us, which we thought was ridiculously high, given shuttles we had taken to this point in Guatemala hadn't cost more than $10 per person.
With our flight being scheduled for Saturday, we decided either way, we would get to Tapachula on Friday. But, we had to figure out how to get ...
... we were all standing on the outdoor patio looking out over the starlit lake in the early hours, occasional comets streaking across the magnificent scene, when we saw a red/orange plume of fire rising from Fuego. Several times in the next hour we saw the dark glow rising into the sky and the flow of lava from the sides of the mountain. The smell of sulpher faintly hanging in the air.
This beautiful night, shared with beautiful beings, led to another gathering on the ...
... on and head north into the unknown. It’s our wedding anniversary today so there’s plenty of cards in our stateroom window – thank god we both thought of the same thing.
Tapachula is much larger than what we’re used to in Ajijic – there’s Sam’s Club, Burger King, Home Depot and the like – the main roads are good but they still have those notorious "tope" (speed bumps) to slow ...
... 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 ...