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... were through security.
We got some BK fries and ice cream. Nick got anxious so we moved to the gate, but as I learned from our last flight they didn't start boarding til about 10-15 minutes before take-off.
There wasn't seating by the gate but tables by shops. We sat at one of them and played cards.
The flight was short (1 hour 10 minutes) but we still had in-flight entertainment - tv shows (I watched Futurama) and music.
... as though I was standing to those peering down from outside the pit, which was deceiving to those just entering.
The mud was naturally heated by the sun and, seeing as we had come in the late afternoon, it began to get cold. After you exit the Volcano, you get a brief wash. Then, you are instructed to go to the lake at the bottom of the Volcano where locals await to help you rinse off. Trust me when I say that mud gets everywhere! All in all a very interesting experience.
... services for which are announced by the church bells 30 minutes before hand) a handful of upscale eateries along with street vendors selling everything from hamburgers and dogs to fresh juice, pizza and ice cream. We loved it and spent every evening there – making sure we got home not too long after dark.
Art is everywhere in Getsemani – on the crumbling walls throughout the area, bronze statues in the squares, strange art installations ...
... of knowing." - Aldous Huxley
Generally speaking, "reality" is nothing but a consensus based upon the unchallenged evidence of the five senses, making the visible world a crude reflection, or inverted symbol, of a far greater invisible world, for there is infinitely more than we can perceive behind and beyond the surroundings we take for granted. What is more, our relationship with our environment is far more intimate than most people believe: ...
... one can visit the rockpools of Pescadarito for a nice swim and a hike, which we did.
On our second day in San Gil we decided to take a bus to the picturesque town of Barichara, a UNESCO National Heritage Site, which we had heard many good things about. The town itself was very charming and pretty. But there was barely a soul to be seen in the entire town. It was a one horse town and the horse too, it seemed, had perished. Having ...