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... I did a little research about the Day of the Dead Celebrations before the cruise and found out that people put food and flowers on grave stones to celebrate the life of a loved one who has passed away. While on the ship, we therefore "borrowed" some food from the ship so that we could place them on the stones when we arrived at the cemetery.
Right from the start, you could tell that The Day of the Dead Celebrations was a big deal ...
... with a warm and rain free day. Its almost time for dinner, were meeting Ed and Leanne at Aqua at 7.30. We will skip the show tonight, it doesn't sound great compared to another awesome dose of magicians Sander and Allison last night. Tomorrow, we arrive in Huatulco. We have some bird watching planned.
Well, we didn't arrive at dinner tonight in the best of spirits. Getting ready, Natalie declares she has lost her necklace, and shes just realized ...
... opportunities coming my way. Helped in no small part by my Moon family; I want to thank each and every one of you for the yoga, the pot-lucks, hugs and laughter, tears, support and oh so many dishes! You are amazing - muchas gracias.
San Marcos - I thank you for beautiful sunrises sitting on the dock over-looking the lake, nestled between three volcanoes. A magical place for such an incredible journey - now, how ...
... plantation tour and then to the city itself for a visit to the town hall, church and small market.
I will never think of a banana as just as banana again. Watching the harvest of this magnificent fruit is indeed humbling. The plantation stretches on for over 200 acres and there is quite a process which the harvesters go through to ensure they meet the quality standards of Chiquita.
While child labour is not allowed, there are circumstances under which ...
... differing instruments as they went by: this was apparently the La Luna , full moon parade. These people live with and by nature,it's natural rhythms and respect and adore it. Why can't we?We noticed a family (extremely poor looking) discussing the price of a backpack with a stallholder,the girl asked if she could have one, but the father couldn't afford it and was trying to barter down the stallholder and he wouldn't budge. I nudged Tony and he didn't want to insult the father ...
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