Hotel Internacional la Triada
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... thing, in terms of Energy. That is the nature of the sacred language. Cain knows it inherently because the two-in-one Energy is alive - or are alive - in him or through him.
There is nothing mysterious in that knowledge. When you consider the explosion of springtime in the vegetation, you realize that you do not see it, but only the shapes that capture it. The memory of every blade of ...
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On arriving back at the hostel, another group had arrived, Matt, Alejandra, and Ashley, Matt and Ashley are from the USA, and Alejandra originally from Mexico, but now lives inth e states with her husband Matt. Matt and Ashley turn out to be firefighters, but not your average firefighters, oh no, firefighters that deal with wild fires in the forrest wilderness areas of the United States, how do they get to those ...
... Mission accomplished. We only got slightly lost in this outing twice, and those of us whom the fan in our room was directed to seemed to have slept well for the four hours allotted. I was not one of the lucky ones, however, with the fan pointing no where near me.
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... and restful daily rituals on the farm and in its hammocks, i do feel like I'm coming out of a fog. I gain greater clarity about why I'm here on this journey, and how to channel my focus on what the hell i actually want from my future. This alone makes it worth the trip. Since you're probably wondering if the retreat delved into the sexual side of Tantra, well, there were several mentions from Juan of personal tuition in the art of tantric love making, always served up with a ...
... a) Woke up at 4 am, waited (in the rain) for a bus to the terminal, took a 6 am bus to Cucuata that arrived punctually at noon, after crossing a beautiful landscape that was hidden in the clouds and by the rain...
b) Took an old US school bus "San Antonio directo" - where we managed to do entire 12 km in 100 minutes ! Resisting (not all of us) to all the people entering the bus for selling some sweets or drinks or ...