Giron Chill Out
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Bryanda, Bob and I met at a shopping mall to start our walk to Mororico, a hill which has a huge statue of Christ at the top. The walk up this hill is a favourite Stations of the Cross walk and people start as early as 4:30 AM. We started at 7:30 AM. The stations are not that well marked, but people know where they are and stop to read a prayer for a Stations of the Cross booklet. These booklets are for sale by vendors for ...
My friend, Bryanda, rallied when our plans to travel outside of Bucaramanga fell through. She suggested we attend a massive outdoor service in the centre of the city that would have the elements of Maundy Thursday as well as a processional of statues or monuments, as she called them. She said that this was the first time the service was held outdoors. In a way they had to do something because the church had been full to bursting on other years. The service had about 8 ...
... says X.Y.Z., "three fundamental questions: What is living? What is death? What is life?"
"I've heard them already and am sorry to say they are not basic. When you ask: what is living? that question stands upon, is supported by, your notion of living. That notion is not fundamental: it rests on the concept "living" ...
... of the a 5000m snow capped mountain en El Cocuy national park. Colombian Climbing Vid
The journey to La Mojarra needs two buses from San Gil, the first towards Bucaramunga where you can get let off in Piedecuesta, unfortunately this was literally on the side of the dual carraigeway. After asking where I can get the bus for Los Santos at the side of the road I got directed to a bus company across the dual carraige way, this bus company didnt go to ...
... effort to minimize the chances of losing our money, I started sewing secret hiding places in clothes, hats & shoes. Our hope was that if we were held up, there would be a stash they would miss - unless they would make us take off all our clothes (which has been known to happen). In any event, we weren´t planning on fighting our hypothetical armed bandits - just hoping to not be left utterly destitute, should we chance upon them. While I was sewing little pockets for ...