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Monday, January 9th, 2006

Harpy New Year!

Thinly sliced between the Atlantic and Pacific, Panama is the deli meat that holds the two bready continents of North and South America together. I indulged myself in its geographic, ecological, biological and canal-magical marvels until I was ready for a quick jaunt to nearby Cartagena, Colombia, where I met and fell in love with

Saturday, December 24th, 2005

Day Six: The End of an Era

I can’t believe that it’s almost over. This week has been truly transforming and I can understand why Deborah says that the miracle is in the week. You really do need a whole week here to settle...

Saturday, December 24th, 2005

Day Five: Meeting the Founding Diva

The walk to the organic veggie farm was awesome! Actually, the walk was easy, but the organic farm was amazing. Sergio has been the head farmer for the past 19 years. This guy is full of passion...

Saturday, December 24th, 2005

Day Four: Taking it Easy

Today I’m not doing too much. I slept in again and enjoyed a leisurely hour-long breakfast of eggs and tortillas as the hikers came in from their morning on the mountain. Tim signed up for a three-day...

Wednesday, December 21st, 2005

Day Three: Body Work

I can’t remember the last time I moved so much in my life. It’s great! I woke up and did the 5 mile hike at 6:15 am, (yes, I made it this morning!) next breakfast, next samba...

Tuesday, December 20th, 2005

Day Two: Breath Found

Getting up at 6:00 am for a hike was not going to happen. So, once again I headed over to the dinning room at 8:00 am for a wonderful breakfast. One of the classes I took today...

Sunday, December 18th, 2005

Rancho La Puerta, Day One: Waiting to Inhale

I’m looking forward to breathing again. It’s been a few weeks since I took some deep, relaxing breaths and I know it. My trip to Europe took the wind out of me, and all the smoky venues...

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