La Mision Loreto
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... walked at six in the morning. I feel excitement at the increasing warmth that lies ahead. It is the exact feeling I have in Canada on days just past the last spring storms, when suddenly I know, for certain, that summer is indeed returning and I relish the freedom that the season will bring. The only difference, here, is that turn will occur in February. (As I now publish this post, in the first week of February, the seasonal change seems definite. Yay! Swimming season ...
... other outdoor sconces. For the table, though, each of the four square candles we eventually found were negotiated out of shopkeepers' special displays and cost more than four dollars apiece, even though they were only about an inch and a half square!
But two of our other Christmas guests came with a gift of true gold: a pillar candle they had travelled with from the north, made entirely from beeswax. What pleasure in its steady flame and heavenly ...
... over the back of the boat than looking through the glass declares the excursion a must do.
The mining company who wants to do undersea blasting in the whole of this Gulf produces stunning videos of the marine life here. Canadians and Americans who have settled in Loreto share the videos on their Facebook pages, in utter happiness, adding comments about "how everyone loves this special part of the planet." It takes a Mexican to jump into the online conversation ...
... the hour of dawn and the hour of nightfall, I feel vitality in the very marrow of my bones and I am called, again and again, into the profound spaciousness in which mystery and the mundane can live together.
The stars and the hoar frost of snowy Canadian prairie life taught me wonder. The old growth of the rain forest taught me rootedness and strength. Now the desert teaches me peace and offers me grace.
... to truck recycled plastic to an industrial centre that will buy it and re-use it in further manufacturing. Loreto has no such industrial facility, and the road distance to a city that does is a long one. It would be crazy to haul non-compacted plastics that far, and burn up so much diesel fuel to do so.
So, two key steps have been accomplished, to a great extent. Separating the types of waste, and now compacting plastic waste, for re-sale and re-use. ...