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21.07.2009 - 28.07.2009 Tepoztlan: Portal To Another Dimension I was not looking forward to the ride back out of Mexico City. The time had come to suck it up and focus on making the move to Tepoztlan and I was so tense as I headed out from Hotel Republica and toward the Zocalo on already crowded streets. Happily, my apprehension was unfounded and …
... was full of gross cheese and the spaghetti was water and tasteless, and we are not fussy people. We went for a short walk around the street to see what was around, there was a night market across the road but we didn't go for a look. Instead we went back and watched TV in hopes we would go to sleep and get the next day underway so we could get out of this **** hole. That night we both got allergies from the dust and had **** sleeps from the terrible tiny ...
... the jacuzzi and Bobbie joined me. We were in the jacuzzi probably an hour and a storm started up and rain came down like little blocks of ice, at first I was like its only water and I am submerged in it, but the rain was really cold so we retreated to the room for the rest of the afternoon. For dinner we walked down the end of the main road to chilis, it was really packed in there but we got our food relatively quickly. On the way home we got Krispy Kreme ...
... a warm smile to almost every child who asked. Not to mention, insisting on picking up my bus fare, lunch, and dulce - a colorful sweet she bought from a child vendor.
Giving money to beggars is discouraged, I realize, but I liked that she did.
I also enjoyed learning that as a TV presenter she'd hosted a program dedicated to the work of the Red Cross in Mexico. Stories of disaster, survival, and travel.
It's always amazing too to ...
So today is the weekend of our great meditation at La Porta or The Gateway which is located in the amazing village of Amatalan de Queztacoatll or the birthplace of Queztacoatl. Queztacoatl is also known as the great plumed serpent and is an ancient Mayan god, The name "Quetzalcoatl" literally means quetzal-bird snake or serpent with feathers of the Quetzal bird (which implies something divine or ...
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