I haven't written much lately, apologies. I was busy.
The busiest I have been in ages actually which is funny considering that I am not traveling at the moment, and neither working, But I am catching up with myself. I am studying, researching and reading sooo much at the moment. My passion. All about natural healing, self-growth, and basically just all that matters. It is challenging and awesome at the same time.
I am renting this little room in La Crucecita, Huatulco for a month, and spend most of my time here. Sure I go to the beach or for hikes here and there, but mostly I research, read and study, and try to find my purpose and mission in life.
It can be frustrating, and I know if I chase it too much, it won't come, so I try to relax.
I kind of find my way to God too. Ha. Very personal story of course.
I learned already a lot here. Many lessons. Overwhelming at times. Then I have to remind myself to step back, otherwise I become the nerdy weird professor....well I am already.
But I have goals again. Some sense of purpose. Some new views of life.
This searching, this longing has always been inside of me, but now, without distractions, I let it out full-blown.
I still don't know what will come out of it, and I booked my flight home on the 20th of March.
I am looking forward to my home in Prado, even though I don't really have a real home there at the moment. I feel, the journey will further unfold when I am there. This takes time and patience, and trust and faith.
A part of me is sad and worried that I spend so much money on traveling, having to start from scratch again, that I was so egoistic and decant just traveling, enjoying and focusing on me-time. But the much much bigger part of me knows it was sooo very necessary and I got so much out of this journey.
I am exactly where I am meant to be. All is well.
Oh, as for La Crucecita: It is ... nice. ok. Still, Mexico didn't really win my heart, I don't know what it is, but I should have listened to my gut feeling maybe telling me this when I was checking in at the San Francisco Airport. I didn't have a good feeling going to Mexico. But in the end, it is fine. Maybe the perfect spot for doing my stuff, because there are no other distractions. I met one nice guy here, and we connected a bit, but for the rest I just spend my days in solitude, which is great.
It is hot and sticky here. I had expected the big National Park right next to the town to be a lush tropical forest but it looks more like Germany in autumn, all leaves have fallen - well, except that it is super hot It hasn't rained for months here (unlike Prado where apparently it has rained and stormed a lot. Well they needed the water!).
There are some nice hikes in the park, and some beaches, and I guess lots of other things one can do here but as I try and keep it as cheap as possible at the moment, I just do my thing.