The Red Palm Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... which was cool. It kind if reminded me of nimbin in Byron bay. But we decided not to stay the night. So Andy rented a car and we drove to santa teresa. Santa teresa was something else. It was a really cool relaxed village and the beach were white and beautiful. We came down at the beach for the sunset and it was so many surfers there. Really cool! BecauSe I'm a backpacker and Andy is just on holiday he wanted to stay in a hotel that costed ...
... your dollar. Buy local organic. Buy fair-trade. Consume consciously.
Anywho, Sendero Jaguar aims to encourage the farmers of this region to transition from poisoning land and self to developing a network of connected communities established on environmentally sustainable agriculture, artisan arts and crafts and holistic wellness. To return to their indigenous roots, sus raices indigenas.
This place, ...
In the book I recently read, there is a short story within called the 'town of cats'. It's about someone who, on their train home, gets off a station early and finds a town run entirely by cats. The cats can't see him, but he can see them, so he just walks around and watches them all day. The cats performed all the notmal town roles, there is a Mayor cat, cats that run the bakery, a policeman cat. The man is facinated ...
... solutions (knowing full well that there isn't one)
6. Chatting online with my very supportive and wonderful sister who also starts researching
7. Try various internet-suggested remedies
8. Hold back tears
9. Deeeeep breath... and start again. (this may have been a crazy decision at 9pm, after 11 hours in the same little room... but first of all - I had put in sooo many hours of work into this project, it seemed silly to give up at that point, and ...
... s ocean dip almost every night these past 2 months. The cloud cover turns yellow, then red, like an ever-changing watercolor painting created by an artist whose inspiration keeps changing.
Right when I tell myself that we’ll have to either leave soon or order another pitcher of ‘Watermelon Coco Loco’ a pregnant woman – probably the owner – asks us: “Would ...