Flow with life, don't fight it
I am both a journalist and a holistic therapist. In journalism, I write about tourism and South American things. In therapies, I practice Ayurvedic Massage, Reiki and Watsu. At Iguassu Falls I lead a project called Creative Mist that works for peace, well-being and reconnection with our bodies, fellow people and Nature. I am even finishing a book on that. I really would like to hear from like-minded people and help them in case they need info on such matters down here.
Sea Kayaking down major rivers; skydiving -though I haven't been jumping for a long time; diving, nature watching, birds, meditating, meeting people, fat-tire biking, looking at the starry night sky.
The Amazon ranks first in my top-ten list. I have lived there for ten years. On the Brazil-Colombia-Peru border where I worked as a tourist guide, translator, interpreter etc. I have had great experiences and adventures there like kayaking down the Amazon for 25 days; sleeping in the jungle; having visions and so on. Next is the Pantanal where I lived for two years and worked as a guide. My strong point in the Pantanal were the birds and kayaking to see them. I also had fun to paddle through hundreds of caymans. I have also been to the Andes from Bolivia to Colombia where I also had great experiences and really learnt a lot. The Brazilian Cerrado vegetation around Brasilia is also very close to my heart as are the Iguassu Falls and surrounding jungle. I presently live about 3 hours from Iguassu Falls. Soon I will tell what I am doing there and what I may offer to travellers. Cheers and Peace!
Posted by Pluriacqua | 4th April 2005
Hello folks: I have spent quite a while without writing entries. I am glad to be back. I have a new blog at http://sacrediguassufalls.myblogsite.com where I am putting some information on the Iguassu Falls Area and South America in general. I have ad
31 Aug 1989 - 31 Oct 1989
By offering general information, troubleshooting mainly in the Iguassu Falls area. Hotel information, camping and if a friendship is born even stay with me and family of five, by now.
People planning to visit South America and need information I will always know something that can be of help to them like hotels, bus lines to wierd or far-away places mainly in Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and border areas. Since I live on the border I have access to three countries. Would you like to go from Iguassu Falls to the Amazon by bus? Or to Patagonia, I can help with reservations, contacts and so on.
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