Ixtapa Palace Resort & Spa
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... me feel all warm inside simultaneously.
The pier was getting crowded with people getting ready to go out in a ceremony on the ocean consisting of several boats adorned with flowers, balloons, and candles or various lights, proceeding in line to honor the dead. I had been invited to go out with some friends to take part in this beautiful ceremony, and as darkness had fallen and the rain slowed down to a mere drizzle, we headed out onto the dark ocean.
... day of the Earth, and if that would have been the case, my last day would have been a happy one.
I spent hours in the water, swimming for at least one, floating face up the rest of the time, just watching heaven, like I had just surrendered to my fate. Right now my fate is too good, SO DAMN GOOD in fact that it is causing me to wonder if it is really legal to be this happy… Is it REALLY OK to feel this good?
... in his hand, he held it low but near my side, his knuckles white with the tightness of his grip.
That’s when the penny dropped and I realized the guy wasn’t trying to have a conversation about wildlife/dining/directions – I was actually being mugged!
Surprised at the situation, I remember saying “Really?” (Conversation in Spanish – the poor guy must have been frustrated with my somewhat stumbling language as it took me ...
And then in we went again for the second session to be held in total darkness, the hole at the top plugged in. More chanting and breathing and dancing and music.
I couldn’t help imagining if there was a light-switch, how fun it would be to push it, and see what everyone REALLY was up to. My filthy mind played up scenes of people picking their nose, having a ****, doing the “running-man”, a vegan hungrily tucking into half a pig… ...
... very tall. Francisco walks us to the church, where there was a 4 foot high ancient stone carving . We learn that the church used to be the school, and that his family had been living in this village for at least 4 generations. We learned that many of the villagers were bought out and relocated by the government to aid in the unearthing of the artifacts, but ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center