Casa Santa Ana
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... T shirt. We were again dying of the heat so headed back to our room
before we left early in the afternoon to Bocogrande where our next hotel was
located. The taxi struggled to find Hotel Toledo which was a bit of a dive but
had the essential for here: air-conditioning. We met the 2 girls from our tour for
a late lunch nearby as they had also moved into a nearby hotel for their last
... to interact,we are all constructed to be social beings, our diverse and sometimes complex interaction brings about ideas, progress and evolvement.To be away from this social intensity for a short while is a healthy practice as it allows us time to unravel our thoughts, but ,to be away from social interaction for too long is playing dangerously with sanity.The brain can easily go into lock down,build barriers around itself and go on the defensive.It becomes difficult to ...
... Taylor Gatto, or search him on YouTube, for a lucid explanation.) Wiring human consciousness to the television and internet has only intensified the erosion of autonomy and rational thinking, all the while drowning truth in a flood of infotainment and triviality and portraying life as far more amusing than meaningful. The point is, if you can muddle and fetter someone's mind, there's no need to enslave their body because "the most potent weapon in the hands ...
... I headed to Aracataca, home town of Gabriel Garcia Marquez (Nobel Prize winner for literature and author of "100 years of solitude" and "Love in the Time of Cholera"). There's a dutch guy called Tim there who owns the only hostel in the town which only has 4 beds. He also does the only tours (soon to be "did"; he's stopping because it's economically unviable as he now has a baby). He wears a skirt and a sombrero and walks with a cane that he doesn't need and is too short for him ...
... a much bigger beach, it was easy to find a spot where there were only a few other people. We even tried some amazing home made lollies, the lemon and coconut was my favourite!
There were a few things you could see outside the comfort and security of the walled city and myself and a girl from the hostel decided to try to get to a mud bath place about 2 hours out of the city. What we didn't realise is that ...