Hotel Luna Loreto
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... We were nervous about highway conditions (though we eventually made the trip without problems).
And now, even after we changed our departure by a full month, trusting that we would thus escape the worst of the heat and also the intensity of September storm season here, hurricane BLANCA is storming our way. First it was a Category 1 hurricane, then it intensified into a category 2 storm, then category 4, then category 5 (the worst) last night. It ...
Thinking body, dancing mind: others have tried to pass on that teaching. San Basilio gives me another chance to learn it.
Dip into the sea, think with the waves, hike the hill of obsidian, roll with the birds, let gaze go sailing, let music instead of word thoughts wind into my mind. It matters little whether spa service arrives and there is a masseuse on standby to drum anything out of me. In San Basilio, I only want to hear what the Earth is drumming into me.
... experience, we had the restaurant to ourselves. Sophia, our cook put so much love into her food. Before she prepared our meal, she brought the ingredients for us to smell and touch. We had Chile's en Nogada, which is a stuffed Pompano Chili. The stuffing consists of shredded meat, fruit and spices, including the pomegranates, which Heather and I helped Sophia prepare. The chilies were ...
... blue glasses will rest in rustico wooden holders that were in the house. We brought one big bag of tea candles in our luggage, and I shall float those in our courtyard fountain, and place some in the large glass cross in our courtyard wall.
I thought it foolish at the time but before we drove away from Canada, I also tucked a single red item into our Toyota trunk. It is an incandescent red glass plate from Pier One: a bit chipped even at point of sale, so I got it ...
... at the neighbourhood collection level. Local landscaping companies operate under contracts that require them to haul away all organic waste and not just heap it into black bins or other dumpsters, but then where does it go? Tim is a whirling dervish who, through his own one-man enterprises, helps the whole community make the next good step.
So now it is possible to (a) buy practical compost containers from Tim and drop the contents off at his ...