Dann Carlton Bucaramanga
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... So, if along the journey one knows how to live one's permanent death, one knows how to live. It is that simple...
And it brings us back to Cain and to Vanity-Hevel (pronounced Abel, for no reason that I can imagine; I refer here to my text in Maitreya II where I pointed out that in Ecclesiastes' well known ...
... for days: lectures, clean food, zero booze and a wonderful insight into the art of delayed gratification, discipline and focusing your mind. Certainly, this is relevant to the sexual arm of the school of Tantra, but it's also a valuable teaching that followers of Tantra spend a lifetime trying to master in all aspects of being human. Not altogether surprisingly, Kamilla bails after day one; I get the sense she isn't ready to step that far from her comfort zone. German Monica ...
... then by even more young people, then tried to "escape" and got aggressed by them : “Da me todo lo que tienes” ; I pretended not to understand and asked them not to speak that fast – which might have been a bit bizarre in such a situation as one o the guys was holding me on my shirt ; but I did not want to give them my camera, my money of whatsoever ; when he took a knife, I somehow managed to get rid of his hand and ...
... outside of the city. It looks like they leveled off the top to make the airport. The run way starts at the edge of the plateau.
It is about a 45 minute ride down the mountain and into the city. We stayed at a hotel next to the bus station—Hotel Palmera Real. People come in from all over the area to Bucaramanga for shopping, business, the airport, and this hotel is convenient for them. The hotel restaurant was closing at nine, so we dumped ...
... Curt continued to research the logistics of Venezuela.
In the evening, Marc, a very attractive German, whom we had previously met in our hostel in Barichara, showed up at our place. We were happy to see him, as we had enjoyed talking with him before, and Curt had actually pointed out some issues with Venezuela travel he had been unaware of (he was planning on crossing the border the next day). While we were discussing our strategies, Marc received a phone call and found ...