Hotel Tierra y Cielo
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... bridges crossing the gorges were very high. The countryside varied from rainforest, to farmed land for cattle, corn and Palm oil plantations. We passed through a number of smaller villages. One section of the road had experienced a massive landslide where the road was closed to single lane and a section about 500 metres long had disappeared down the bank. It was raining when we started out and then we came across a very heavy fog with poor visibility and then sunshine ...
... and 6 students for the Thai Massage course. I have been wanting to start teaching healing modalities for quite a while, and have now really enjoyed it and found it very rewarding. I feel that I have so much to teach. I have been doing bodywork training since the age of 21, in many different techniques and approaches, and working in the field off and on since the age of 23, and again more intensively for the last 14 years. Teaching is a new and ...
... by Martin Pretchel, "The Unlikely Peace at Cuchumaquic", largely about his time living in an intact Mayan village in Guatemala in the 70's apprenticed to a healer/medicine man, I have been greatly impressed by the indigenous culture of the Mayans.and especially their close relationship to nature and it's cycles. Visiting the ancient ruins of the Aztec and Mayan cities, I am filled with mixed feelings towards any civilization that becomes top heavy, that relies on separation ...
... about it and (not suprisingly) the situation is complex.
We visited 2 nearby villages where indigenous Tzotzil people have apapted better than many to modern times. In the nearby village of Zinacatán they showed us traditional ways of weaving and cooking tortilla (it was the best tortilla we have ever tasted!). Our guide was an indigenous type himself, though ...
... art stores, poverty is never too far away. Whether it's deformed beggers, street kids or the dilapidated neighboring barrios this part of Mexico is obviously not of high priority to the national gobinero. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/EZLN We visited the Museum of medicinal plants, which opened with a documentary of a native woman giving birth which was quite strange. We found lots of herbal tinctures that the natives use too. We took a ...