Hotel Loma Real
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... how the planets were aligned on the 21st December, 2012 in a perfect line.
Our next stop was at the Izapa Archaeological site, which is a few kilometres from the town centre. We had arrived at one of the oldest Mayan sites, and fortunately one of the least refurbished. There is no reconstruction, and just a few repairs have been made to secure some of the stones as this area received a very high rainfall and many of the stones could ...
... 150 for a private shuttle. After some thought we decided we'd give Tapachula a shot via the chicken bus route.
We left Xela at around 11:30 and first, we had to get to the bus terminal. Around Xela there are tons of "minibuses", which are basically nearly destroyed vans that fit as many people as possible in them. There are no "stops". When they see someone along the road they stop to see if they can pick up an another passenger and when someone wants off, that passenger yells ...
... pure water, and fresh air for several years now. I am however daily having three Mayan super foods, Amaranto, Ramon (Mayan Nut) and Chia Seeds. I am experiencing good health and high energy levels, and have never been this busy and productive in my entire life. Many days I am up at 5, teaching yoga at 7.30, teaching a course and maybe giving one or two treatments too. Off to go to a party at Del Lago Hostal now to say goodbye to Brian and Sarah. Hasta Luego. Que le vaya bien.
... and Chi Nei Tsang courses went much deeper than before, and catalyzed deeper process work for the participants. I myself have had to grow as a teacher by needing to more aware of all the parameters and paradigms of emotional healing that occurs with my techniques of body and energy work.
As mentioned in my earlier blog entry, in the first week of my arrival I was assisted in coming into a greater understanding of my own issues of trust, control ...
Puerto Chiapas is a port made for Cruise ships. There isn't much to see. When we found it would be an hour wait to catch a shuttle to the actual town a half hour away, we did the next best thing. We went to the small bar at the dock and had fish tacos and ...