Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort and Spa
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Ojo Caliente Spa has several springs with different properties; iron, arsenic, mud, soda, etc. We soaked in many on the night we arrived, 4/3/2009. We're spending 3 days relaxing, soaking and getting massaged. You KNOW this is Susan's idea. In fact, Susan is in a yoga class as I type.
... busy. There was one mud pool and we had to try it. We got wet, rubbed on the mud which was really cool, we let it dry while sitting in chairs and then washed it off. I don't know if I loved it but I am glad we tried it, and really wish we would have gotten a picture of it! Once we were done with the pools we headed back to the camper, had dinner, Corbin beat me repeatedly in tile rummy and then we went to bed. On to Santa Fe.
... Milk" during the 3 White Tantric days. Side note (R rated): Interestingly, each morning when I stumbled upon and entered into the tall, blue, smelly box, peering with just one eye, only for a moment (to check the clearance level), I saw proof that our bodies all digest this cleansing food in about the same way....In other words, all the poop looked the same!
ANYWAY.....It is difficult to summarize this experience. It felt timeless ...
The hills west of Santuario.
Candles and homemade cruces.
The back roads to Santa Fe.
You can say it was quite a day; we departed Denver at 6:30 am and after a hearty ...
... While listening to the soft music and dozing, the mud did its magic. Toward the end of the hour we had rosemary oil scalp massages. Soaking in an arsenic tub removed the mud. It was a delicious afternoon.
To top off this luxury, we are staying a hotel tonight and ending the evening with "Twin Bing" candy bars.
This can't be beat!!!!! ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking