Yucatan Journal Week One

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Yucatan Journal.

Oct. 6-Nov. 1, 2007.

Donald N. Yates.

Saturday, Oct. 6, Santa Fe

It is just a few days until Teresa and I leave for our three-week stay at Eco-Retreat Genesis at Ek Balam in Yucatan. It is the longest vacation I have taken since my honeymoon trip to the Greek Islands in 1972, when Patricia and I rented a little house near the platea in Kokkari on Samos – not the most agreeable time in my life, I must add. All is different now.

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