Hotel Plaza Loreto
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... generator that runs 24 hours a day. A sliding glass door leads back to the outside main deck, where we eat most of our meals. This deck, directly below the bridge has its own table and cushioned benches and retractable curtain fly. Two sets of stairs and swim ladder off the back made it easy to get in and out of the water. A davit between the stairs hoists the large dinghy that is used to transfer us to Ken's boat. From the main deck a ...
... we saw sapphire damsel fish, Cortes angelfish, parrot fish and bright blue starfish.
The stony overhang back on shore gave us just enough sun protection to linger over a picnic.
Hiking back, we saw many more desert plants now in vivid bloom. Purple is the big colour of March and April on this desert. The sea is striped teal. The mountains ...
... have been in the past, so that makes her words all the more a gift of freedom. I could come home with very little of the familiar me!
Just forty-eight hours ago, a fine turn of events made me all the happier for my days here. Then, the very next day, I found myself surprisingly not here at all. I could not keep from wondering deeply about my life in Canada, and concentrating on home, neighbourhood, vocation ...
... them. Possibly a rooster fish, famous for its comb; a fish seen by many kayakers here, thrilling for sport fishermen (because it is so difficult to catch) but not a good eating fish.
I didn't see a predator. Only the jacuzzi effect of the chase. Moment to moment, the sights change dramatically here, and each fresh sight leads me to investigate and learn more about where I have landed. Usually, the drama comes in whispers: the sleek dark peak ...
... artists, locals, musicians, cooks, ecologists, place-makers, dreamers and shepherds whose paths mine has now crossed.
I feel grateful for the peace and joy that is, daily, bubbling up in me: for this singing brook inside that, here in the desert, becomes a stronger stream each week.
I feel happy that this Christmas, away from so much that is familiar, I feel a lot of love and peace, and that I feel unafraid in the unfamiliar.
And I am joyful, ...