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... a pancake or fat fried... Arepa is made from corn and is to them what tortillas are to a Mexican. Every meal includes arepa, fried plantains and rice.
After breakfast we generally saunter over to old walled town entering through one of the clock tower's three arches. There's always something going on there and sitting in Juan Valdez coffee shop is the only time we get to visit with anyone in English.
But it doesn't take long before ...
... drink in Colombia...
1. Arepas - corn bread, usually for breakfast. a great staple, especially for a Coeliac.
2. Quinoa - what can't it do?
3. Cerviches - Camilla despaired when I told her I missed out on this in Cartagena, but fortunately I found this tasty, light-on-the-stomach, seafood concoction in Bogota. Tasty.
4. Colombian Rum varieties. They are not Bundy. 'nuff said.
5. Fruit. Por favor!, especially if you have ...
... existence, time vs. timelessness, creation vs. destruction, force vs. resistance, explosion vs. compression, spirit vs. matter. These schemata can only be understood by breaking them down according to their corresponding numbers and the forces they symbolize in relation to others. (Hebrew words are like chemical compounds in that they are comprised of elements that can also be broken down.) So YHWH would become Yod-Hay-Vav-Hay, with a numerical plan of ...
... the enclosures. It almost seems like real work.
Usually, the sanctuary is an idyllic place with only minor dramas. But this week was marred by a series of sad events. Claire's mother became ill and Clair had to take an emergency trip home. The electrocuted sloth ...
... us to the Gran Terminal de Caribe in San Jose. The 6 am direct public bus to Cahuita left a few minutes late.
Most of the bus ride was through lush jungle covered mountains with beautiful vistas of a smoky volcano. We descended a few thousand feet to the coast and soon arrived at Limón for a 15 minute stop. As we readied to leave Limón, we told the driver we needed to get off at the sanctuary. He understood and said ...