Hotel Paco Real
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... and lapping it up. So after paying for the meal, Leesh gets a few snaps of the girls in their traditional gear and we head back to fill in half hour before the bus leaves. Leesh and I go looking for our friend selling cakes for 10Q each so we have some snack for the trip not knowing if the old three hour ride will be another 6-7 hour ride like last time. But this time, we are in a small van instead of a bus and after leaving, we notice it is much ...
... three things manifest themselves in different ways at different times.
I have experienced these things on a deeper level of understanding within myself. And where my fear still lies inside me, because I would be lying if I said that I am fearless, I continue to plummet to the depths of my spirit, hammering through the walls of fear. I am jumping, I am rising, I am falling, I am flying.
And beyond all of ...
... traditional costumes make the market unbelievably colorful.
- Flower market. It takes place on the steps of the Santo Thomas Church. It was another colorful parade for my eyes. Every Maya woman apparently had its favorite spot on the steps. I considered it to be one of the busiest and most charming places in the whole market.
- Santo Thomas Church. It was built 400 years ago atop a Pre-Columbian temple platform. Maya priests still use the church for ...
... and the changing shades of blue of the lake, the sky and the volcanoes is a trip. This place is also located in the quieter side of Barrio 3, right next to the nature reserve, and some distance from the noisy hub and barking dog brigades. I have just finished a 10 day Thai Massage course, and have so far also given a Reiki and Energy Medicine course, 2 Holotropic Breathwork sessions, a partner yoga/tantra workshop and co-hosted a Men's Sacred Circle. Today I will be co-hosting ...
... of darkness. It all started with the sweater. It may have said 100%25 cotton but little did the severely deformed midget know at the time of purchase that the sweater was made of the finest belly button lint. He had often acclaimed that it was the softest and most comfortable material he had ever adorned himself with. Did you ever find out about the needle that made it? Rumour has it that someone actually found it in the hay ...