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... the van stops. The rule with these vans is that if there are three seats in a row, it's expected that at least four people can be squeezed in. The other interesting part about Guatemalan transit is every bus has a helper or "ayudente", who is someone that basically makes sure the passengers and luggage are getting on and off. Aside from the "ayudentes" on the bus, there seem be others simply around the busses making sure people and luggage get on and off quickly.
As soon as ...
... San Marcos, and the first place I had heard of when I started hearing about San Marcos as a center of healing, healers, teachers, yogis, seekers and finders. Jenika is also a musician, sings and plays the harmonium, and hosts a weekly kirtan event, which was one of the many interweaving influences in my decision to stay a while longer and to rent a space for the upcoming busy season. A place to live and teach from. I have found such a place, right on the water. It has ...
... people who come here are confronted by the energy of having to "deal with your ****", which is the inevitable outcome of true transformation and process work. All healing is self healing, and that means facing your fears, your belief systems, your ego/separation. There is a lot of talk of San Marcos being a vortex, and weather the transformation workers were drawn here because of it, or have in some way contributed to it, it seems to be true. My simple ...
Puerto Chiapas is a port made for Cruise ships. There isn't much to see. When we found it would be an hour wait to catch a shuttle to the actual town a half hour away, we did the next best thing. We went to the small bar at the dock and had fish tacos and ...
... be the location of the origin of the Mayan Calendar.
The Izapa Region is also renowned for having the finest chocolate/ cocoa in Mexico, exported around the globe. From the ruins, we headed for the town of Tapachula to tour the town and learn more about how cocoa beans are turned into chocolate. First, some local music and dancing, locals in traditional gear putting on a heart stopping show on stage. Next, down to business, a chocolate making ...