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... so you could destroy us.
You took what we considered evil and said it was good to benefit your avarice.
You understand nothing of creation, only destruction.
You speak of the Great Spirit as one speaks of bar flies.
You worship only profit and death.
You use spirituality as your purity and leave truth in obscurity.
Hear me blind ones, with heavy hearts of greed.
Your 500 years are over and the sacred buffalo comes with the ...
concerned in the morning when our booked tour which was supposed to arrive at 8
had still not turned up at 8:45 so we got the hotel reception to ring and found
out they were just the usual late and they arrived finally just before 9. We
had been worried about this being a Spanish tour but the driver/guide spoke a
little English and a fellow guest was a Canadian student who spoke very good
Spanish so helped with translations. ...
... before. We headed north again, stopped in Tilcara, which was super busy because of the carnival, and walked up to some pretty dull ruins - not only were they partly rebuilt, but they had built a new pyramid to honour the archaeologists who had worked on the ruins...seemed like a bit of a fraud to us! The quickest way back out of town to avoid the traffic was across a not so shallow river, so we all got out to lighten the load while Ash accelerated across and luckily Lucy's damsel ...
... was very much more European, which we were surprised about because we had read that there is still quite an indigenous feel about this North-west region of Argentina. Being summer meant there was a real buzz on the streets and everyone seemed to be out eating ice-creams. After all, what’s the point in them saving their money?
We liked Jujuy and especially enjoyed the feeling that we, too, were on ...
... no doubt its existence is entirely owing to the remarkable feat of nature that stands behind it. The Mountain of Seven Colours is one of the most fascinating and bewildering natural sights I have seen, it is not that big, more of a hill than a mountain, but the geological formation more than makes up for what it lacks in size. While the surrounding area is awash with varying yellow, reds, browns, the mountain holds a striking mix of vibrant colours. Vivid purples clashing ...