Pension Bonifaz Hotel
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... to always be centered in both at the same time. To have my heart and head working together.
On the last day of the pranayama course I was doing my last round of kriyas on the lake shore, next to my future home, meditating, playing my flute, when this poem came to me. The first in almost 2 or 3 years.
In timeless moments,
and moment-less time,
that stretches out backwards,
and forwards,into infinity,
and pivoting on this ...
... a ceiling of the dentist's office in town. I had to have it! The purchase made, rolled into a plastic tube for easy carrying, we were off to explore some more. Luis wanted to show his home to me. A great honor to be invited to someone's home. He is building a house for himself now, but took me to meet his mother at her house next door. Eventually he hopes to have his parents move in with him in his new home. We grabbed a tuk tuk and were off to San Pedro, another ...
... Andrew came and joined us to eat and play some cards to try and keep ourselves awake until the hike.
At 10pm we left for the Quetzaltreckers office and our hostel broke it to us on our way out that we couldn't leave our bags in luggage storage over night (ridiculous!), so we lugged our backpacks, trekking backpacks and handbags around the block to the tour office. Here we had to sign all the ...
... very enthusiastic bands and a criminally irresponsible firework display (fireworks firing horizontally over the crowd causing everyone to run out of the park). Guatemalans love fireworks and for the whole time we spent in San Pedro deafening air bombs kept being detonated causing us heart palpitations each time. Apparently if it is your birthday it is tradition for your friends to detonate fireworks right outside your door at 5am, I have no idea how many people have a heart attack ...
... town of Panajachal. Wow what a ride down the steep road and with the 2 enormous volcanoes ringing the huge lake, so pretty. Again we got turfed off the bus and found ourselves walking the 500m to the dock to get a ferry to San Pedro La Laguna. All going to plan so far and as I go to step into the boat lose my footinig and nearly fall into the water but I tip into the boat and end up on my back again unable to move in severe pain knowing people are gasping and oohh ...