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... It was thought to be developed in this region, and probably at this site. The large pots were filled with water and each evening, the most sensitive men in the community of priests would use the images of the celestial bodies that were reflected in the pots of water to record the position of the planets and stars in the sky. The Mayan calendar was accurate and is comparable to the calendar we use today. The only difference was the lack of ...
... to say we were squished. There were three on the row beside us as well, including the partner of the one sitting with us (also large), so as the two bigger people hung off their respective benches, the aisle was completely blocked off. Yes, this is normal on chicken buses. We paid 66Q (approximately $10 CDN) and figured we could relax until we got to the border.
An hour and a half into the ride, we arrived in Reu, which was one of the destinations listed on the front of ...
... is still calling me, but here in San Marcos I am part of a vortex that holds so many elements that support my personal and trans-personal frequencies. I remember many years ago my friend Darina had given me an astrological insight into my purpose or destiny in teaching. (North node in Cancer?) Teaching yoga for the last 12 years has been very rewarding, and this last year teaching healing/massage therapies has come as a leap into what I feel is my true calling. Or one of them. ...
... are several levels of fee structures for locals and semi locals/foreigners living on the lake and new arrivals, for the ferries and the tuk tuks). He zooms off and we end up walking the few km's up the hillside. I have a really large and heavy set of Christina's Tibetan singing bowls in my backpack, and curse her intransigence as I struggle up the hill in the mercifully gentle drizzle.
It doesn't stop raining for the next few days. It is the rainy ...
... br> The next break was "candy time" and I jumped into action dishing out the sweets, glad to lighten my load....we had just finished a rather steep path and sugar levels were dropping, these guides know their stuff.
Our third break was again after another gruelling uphill through a beautiful pine forest. (The forest is relatively new as during the civil war the original trees were chopped down to stop the guerrillas hiding out.) We were in a beautiful meadow, ...