Muffins for breakfast and then wandered around Panajachel. It´s on the edge of Lake Atilan which is a volcanic crater filled with water which is surrounded by other volcanos. Lots of people hangout here, is very laid back and attracxtse lots of people looking for their spiritual meaning in life (hippies). Has a great arts market and great views of the lake and volcanos. You catch the boats to all teh villages around teh lake. I jumped a boat with Luis and Sarah to San Marcos. Well known for as the spiritual hub for teh lake. They do a lot of Reiki, Shiatsu, mediatation, arts… Half an hour across teh lake and arrive at San Marcos in small boats. Attracted a little guide who showed us all the hostels available because they are all hidden down dirt paths. Chose a really cool place that specialises in art with glass and teh whole place is decorated with coloured glass, windows and sculptures. Very cool. Just read my book and hangout with all teh politically correct people, saving the world types. Food is great but weird- In the middle of Guatemala, they have spring rolls, sushi and spaghetti pesto, waffles…
Will go and find my spiritualñ guidance tomorrow and I can understand my aura and why the moon plays such an important role ion my life, even though my energy is centred on the colour green. At last I will know.
Day 19: Panajachel and San Marcos March 20, 2006