Welcome To ACEPESA

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Esmeralda Arce Arias, was co-founder and president of the NGO American Association for Economy, Health and the Environment“, ACEPESA.

Since its ACEPESA and in partnership with other local, national and international sectors directed and orient their social vision programs for local development and specifically for the sustainable management of solid waste, ecological sanitation, rural tourism and management electronic waste, among others.

Since the beginning of the 90s, promoted organizational processes of micro, small and medium tourism business in Costa Rica and other countries in the region until Irlo becoming what is now known as rural tourism, always in alliance with sectors governmental and nongovernmental organizations. He was a strong advocate of converting Central America into a single tourist destination, by promoting economic and social development of urban, rural communities, indigenous groups and African descent.

He was a pioneer in promoting the national and Central area rural community tourism, obtaining the support of other sectors it was officially recognized by the Instituto Costarricense de Turismo, ICT, as the IV tourism product for the international promotion and recently declared useful public to the state. Continued until his last days developing an intense promotion of rural tourism in Central America.

Undoubtedly, Esmeralda contributed in the fight to eradicate gender discrimination, injustice and social inequalities, as well as in the protection and conservation of the environment. His memory is an example in these times of intense participation of society in democratic processes in the country.

Esmeralda knew how to live with great enthusiasm and human in the light of its values and ideals warmth, which always directed their personal and professional decisions.

He died on February 12, 2007 in a car accident on his way to meet his work with rural communities.

How To Get Psychic Readings in Bangkok Thailand

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bangkokI currently live in Bangkok, Thailand; a city and a country where going to a fortune teller for psychic readings is something just about everyone does at one time or another. After all, when you have a belief in karma and reincarnation, you want to make sure you are living your life in the right way. A Thai fortune teller can help you do that.

So popular are psychic readings in Thailand, you will often find fortune tellers sitting in small booths waiting for their next customer in the lobby of supermarkets, outside Buddhist temples or just set up at a table on the street. Even Thailand’s current prime minister, General Prayuth Chan-ocha, gets advice from fortune tellers and is not ashamed to admit it.

If you are planning on visiting Bangkok, and would like to consult a Thai fortune teller while you are here, is that something you can actually do? Or would not being able to speak Thai be a hindrance when it comes to getting your own psychic reading?

How to find a fortune teller in Bangkok

While it can be difficult to find a fortune teller in Bangkok who speaks English, it is not impossible. The easiest way to do so is to spend time in the tourist areas of the city, around the Silom or Sukhumvit area, as these are the places where many Thais have better English skills. Look for people sitting at small tables on the sidewalk, or on a blanket on the ground. If they speak English, they will usually have a sign displayed informing you of that fact.

Also, check at the entrance of some of Bangkok’s largest temples. Temples like Wat Po or Wat Phra Kaew. Again, any fortune teller doing psychic readings close to these temples will often speak English or, if not, will have a translator close by who can.

The cost of getting psychic readings in Bangkok

For many non-Thais who visit Bangkok, the cost of a psychic reading in Thailand’s capital city is often a surprise. For a 15-minute reading, prices can be as low as 100 baht, which is approximately $3, and go up to 300 baht or $10 for one of the more famous ones. At local markets, you can sometimes even find a fortune teller for as low as $1.50, although it would be unusual for them to be able to communicate in English.

Are Thai fortune tellers good?

Some westerners see Thai fortune tellers and do nothing but make fun of their psychic readings, calling them a ‘scam’ or worse.

In reality, many Thai fortune tellers are very good at what they do and, as they are believed by the majority of the Thai population, it only makes sense that they must be correct more often than not.

So, the next time you visit Bangkok, why not try your luck with an accurate psychic reading from a Thai fortune teller? You may just be surprised at what you discover.