Hotel Loma Real
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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weather- very hot (99 degrees) but less humid. Late afternoon rain shower. total mileage: 354.4 miles I had a hard time falling asleep but woke up with energy. I walked to Waldo's (basically, a dollar store), where I bought a necessity we forgot-- travel mugs! I also found myself an ATM-- always a treat to do financial transactions with a computer …
... that are representative of the way of life of the people from this region. Our next stop was the Catholic Church, facing the square. Although there is a cathedral in the city, this is the favourite church of the people. Some renovations look place in recent years, and the wooden cross, which was once the full length of the church ceiling is now a lot shorter, and other decorative features were added to the ceiling. Apparently there is ...
... those were two challenges we were dealing with. We did find a few companies offering private door-to-door service for the four hour ride to Tapachula, but they were charging in excess of $150 to drive us, which we thought was ridiculously high, given shuttles we had taken to this point in Guatemala hadn't cost more than $10 per person.
With our flight being scheduled for Saturday, we decided either way, we would get to Tapachula on Friday. But, we had to figure out how to get ...
... the recent new moon and solar eclipse, coincidentally on Diwali too, of a Men's Sacred Circle. We gathered with the intention of coming together to support, inspire and guide each other into a new understanding and rebirth of the sacred male archetype, and to find ways to harmonize our relationship to the re-awakening sacred feminine, within ourselves and the women in our world. We had 11 beautiful conscious souls who came together. We make music, chanted, prayed and talked ...
... It’s the sidewalks that you have to be real careful on – there’s broken concrete and holes everywhere. After a quick tour of the downtown, we found an internet café so that I can upload my blog (5 peso’s or about $0.50 cents) for unlimited time – much better deal than aboard ship. We replenish our water and Diet Coke at the local OXXO and head back to the ship – all went well today.
One thing ...