Hotel El Gran Sueno
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Thursday 10th April . Today we packed up again and caught a collectivo (local minibus) from el Remate to Flores where we went to the bus station and booked our seats for the Guatemala City overnighter bus leaving 8pm. Being 11am we had a whole day to spend so with no lockers at the station we padlocked our packs to the bus seats in the waiting room …
... a beautiful group of conscious and mindful people who had awakened to their inner self.
My days where filled with meditations, spiritual conversations and realizations, shared experiences, drum circles, mantras, cacao ceremonies, moon ceremonies, Reiki, massages, singing, art and crafts, healthy food, nature, and of course lots of LOVE!
Through my openness and willingness to share those around me helped me discover my spiritual truth and the ...
... squeeze in a session of Insanity (albeit modified
given we are in the upstairs bedroom and didn’t want to make too much noise for
the peeps below) before enjoying couple of happy hour beverages and a nom nom
dinner. We are sooooo full right now but have managed to pack our back packs
again and ready to head back to Antigua to pick up some necessary supplies
before moving on to Lanquin.
Maltiox Lago di Atitlan, its been nice
chilling with you.
... involved scale. Our family included us in their celebrations and we were fortunate to see the wonderful processions by candlelight through the streets on Hoky Thursday and then the making of the al fombre into early Good Friday and then the procession where it is walked over by the devoted groups carrying the enormous and heavy floats depicting the Easter scenes of Christ on the cross and the 12 stations. I cannot begin to describe the intensity of the experience and ...
... this blog title from a sticker that sits proudly on Mark's laptop. We stayed with Mark in Nicaragua for a couple of weeks, helping at his B&B by the beach. Another someone who sold up from the states and has created a life doing something they loves....he loves it and boy so do many others......... there is an expat bacon frenzie at the local market every saturday morning and I feel strangely ...