Travel Blogs from Zihuatanejo
... you and your neighbor, friends, shops, the launderette, the shoe-maker and the butcher and the ice-cream parlor are all “on the same boat”.
It isn’t hard to understand why people smile more.
Here it doesn’t feel like “I’m going OUT” to go somewhere, we all dwell in the same room, the same realm of soft warm air, it brings everything a little closer.
Life here is so colorful.
To me it feels like I have ...
... 24 hours I had held a newly hatched turtle, finished a painting, drank tequila, danced, swam in the sea, day-dreamed, slept in the afternoon, laughed, cuddled a kitten, spent time with friends and loved ones and to top it all off I ate a chocolate covered ice-cream! I was so happy about this ice-cream as I flip-flopped my way home from the beach, that I was looking at it intensely, surely becoming cross-eyed in the process, as I ...
... shamelessly in front of his watery realm (I don’t feel naked in a bikini anymore) and threw myself into his warm embrace. He was slightly fierce this afternoon, throwing me around showing me his dominance. But I liked it….
So with his scent on my skin and my hair in that tell-tale mess, I strolled home content and happy with a secret smile on my salty lips that would make Mona-Lisa look grumpy in comparison.
I’m going back for more tomorrow.
... to a wonderful day, we headed home to Juan-Luis where Adolfo made delicious “tiritas” – raw fish (Swordfish this time) cut in thin strips “cooked” in lime juice and mixed with onions, then we enjoyed an amazing barbeque, and relaxed by the pool. Again, I am so lucky.
Is my soul any “cleaner” after this? Or do I need to find super-strength Mr Muscolo and drink it for results? One thing is sure, my mind remains ...
... the deep, but if you STAY shallow you will definately burn.
The point is – try to find neutral buoyancy, and you will get most out of your experience. Breathe slowly, try not to panic. If you run out of air, try to have an alternate air-source. (This is a candy shop for my metaphor-tourettes).
And remember: NEVER hold your breath!!!!
When you dive, you always need to go with a buddy for obvious reasons, ...