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... like it. I had a really good talk with my friend Ellie the other day, basically about being happy and not placing judgement on ourselves regarding what makes us happy. She has had the experience in Guatemala of wanting to take time for herself to read and relax in her apartment...but then also feeling guilty for doing that. She has a nagging feeling like she should be 'doing more' with the time she has here in Xela. I've had pretty much the opposite experience. I hear her and ...
... where the marching bands were still marching at midnight. It was packed with people. Our little group stuck together in the huge crowd and watched the fireworks together. I really haven't felt that happy in a long time. Bueno, la cerveza helped, but really I am just so grateful to be in a country filled with such kind people. And oh my god are they fun. It was a really special moment.
Dios mio, me encanta Latin America.
... on Lake Nicaragua. Then Columbia, Ecuador and Peru. I am still hearing the call to South America. I suppose what could happen is that if I really fit into this community and my work is supported, I might use this as a base, travel south and return later. I am certainly not making any fixed plans. Going with the flow. I am here and now. Allowing impulses and intuition, inspiration and coincidences, excitement and vision, to guide me.
I attended an ayuasca ceremony here ...
... We checked into Don Diego hostel and seemed to be the only people there! An Irish friend we'd met in Antigua who had signed up for the same hike as us, Andrew, met us for dinner with an Australian girl from his hostel and after wandering around trying to find cheap local food we gave in and had amazing BBQ burgers and wedges at a restaurant just off the Central Park. After dinner we headed for sleep to prepare for the up-coming all ...
... there would be a ceremony there at 10 the next day so after a wander round the market we returned on the Sunday to see what was happening.
We were in luck as we arrived just as a ceremony started at the main stone shrine, with a female shaman presiding. We kept a respectful distance and also watched another shaman doing a ceremony on his own, but a local lady told us we could take as many pictures as we wanted so we started snapping a few pics.
The ceremony was ...