Hotel Loma Real
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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 ...
... planned some future projects and meetings.
Every day seems to be packed with new energy, new light, life, meetings, healings, discoveries. It took me a few days to recover from the party, (it's been almost 15 years since I indulged in MDMA, Magic Mushrooms and Marijuana in one night, never mind the 25-I, Synthetic Mescaline we also had. After years of working intimately with the medicine plants and re-creating with our chemical brothers, I have been living off ...
... 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 ...
... mainstream. I have in this week had some strong confrontations with some of my issues. If you are willing to face your stuff, there is so much support here. Yesterday we hosted a day of therapy-sharing, a cacao ceremony and music/sound baths at our house. Before everybody arrived Christina, who had just finished her second degree Reiki course, gave me a treatment and guided me into acknowledging and resolving two of my issues, support and control. Not ...