Hotel Luna Loreto
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... of how she, too, would love this place.
Smooth worn surfaces that my feet find agreeable, wide open spaces that beckon welcome, slightly rough walls mostly bare of adornment, hammered metal mirror frames, rustic dressers, bowls of bony sea urchin, sweet voices singing today that "my bride is going to come," ukulele lilt in the morning air, and now, as my gaze lifts to the bay, memory rising of a sister's ketch and Bahamian sailing days with her. Soul sisters are ...
Then, it is as if the alchemist turns up the heat of the burner, just enough that the metal of me starts to bubble and little insights explode on the inside of me, too.
With this post are a few snaps of what I was noticing, outside me, today on my first walk of this morning.
A man stopped me enroute and asked what I was seeing that was worthy of a photograph (see image 4). When I told him, he ...
... in recent years when the whales would not come anywhere close to a human-carrying panga.) After the males have left the lagoon and headed north, the mamas, still nursing their calves and helping the babies acquire sufficient strength for the long journey north also, have taken to bringing their calves over to the boats with humans.
Given who approaches whom, some inter-species communication seems intended by the whales. Something to notice, for sure.
... water worries.
We are nonetheless glad of it for several reasons: it allows us an unimpeded view of the headland and sunrises, it means an absence of partiers or anyone at all on that side of our house, it ensures that the fantastic breezes off the bay can still come straight at us and right though our house, and we hear the sound of surf instead of people sounds. Still. Todavia. Thirty lots is a big bare patch.
Catherine spies more than one ...
... home, you are in community. There is no illusion here of some "in between" space where I can walk unseen, where my words, however soft or loud or warm or harsh or thoughtful or foolish, will not be heard by others, and where I will not be known, somehow.
This is dense living. Houses do not share party walls, but their exterior walls, except in the case of a few luxurious custom homes for wealthy residents, do touch the walls of neighbours' houses. ...