Mansion del Valle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... products. Some of these are absolutely stunning, but as I've mentioned before, if you buy it, you have to carry it for the rest of the trip which is a real pity.
I also found a post office and went and sat in a cafe which specialised in hot chocolate (apparently the word chocolate is native to central America, as is tobacco and hammock) and wrote a few postcards before sending them off. Be interesting to see how long it takes them to arrive. The thing ...
... in the displacements of these communities and much of the wildlife and agriculture lost. However, the dam allows access to the canyon by boat and opens up the natural beauty of the canyon. The river starts in Guatemala and used to run to the west and then flowed to the Pacific. The river found it's way out of the valley and found a geological fault and that's why it runs into this canyon and the Gulf of Mexico.
We see stunning waterfalls, ...
... a 9 year old daughter by herself. She is also a Spanish teacher, a crafter/artist and into making music. We had a lot in common, and were really enjoying our time together. I was now giving her massages for Spanish lessons. Her English is really good, having been brought up by a mother who was an English teacher in Mexico City. We also spoke about the possibility of giving training workshops together.
One morning I received this strange phone ...
... the thousands of white flowers all along the side of the church leading up to the table. Local people would be sitting on the floor and would light a line of candles in front of them saying their religious chants and prayers. It was a really incredible feeling being in there, the smell of the candles, pine needles and the flowers. All the flowers were white, roses, lilies, chrysanthemums and others I don't know the names of. The local people would shake up a ...
... Marta and in the Argentinian culture it is a drink prepared to share specifically with friends. After leaning that, how could we say no. I took a sip and thought... "Oh yuck no thanks"...haha, but I truly loved the beauty behind the sharing with friends part. We then embarked on a conversation that covered many stories of the differences between our countries. We taught them about wine a clock on Friday afternoon which they loved and they taught us about 'Friends day'. A ...