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... Yet such destruction is a death of a sort, a psychological death and resurrection."
In some detective novels, at a point similar to this, the ...
On Tuesday we woke up in San Gil and had a chill morning. At around noon we walked with our packed bags to the bus terminal a few blocks away. We caught a bus to Barichara, a half hour away. When we arrived at the bus terminal, everything reminded me of Villa de Leyva. This typical colonial Colombian town has all stone roads, not a lot of people and the town is very quiet.
We walked ...
... and restful daily rituals on the farm and in its hammocks, i do feel like I'm coming out of a fog. I gain greater clarity about why I'm here on this journey, and how to channel my focus on what the hell i actually want from my future. This alone makes it worth the trip. Since you're probably wondering if the retreat delved into the sexual side of Tantra, well, there were several mentions from Juan of personal tuition in the art of tantric love making, always served up with a ...
... check and gave them our credit card. They told us that we had to pay with cash as there was no phone service for the Visa. Apparently, after 9 PM, one can’t pay with Visa. We borrowed money from Claudio to pay the bill as we did not have enough Pesos. Why they didn’t come ask for our Visa before they closed, I don’t know.
We went straight to bed after dinner as we were exhausted after the early morning rise and the long day of ...
... due to boulders blocking the way, the road to the Venezuelan border would be closed for two days! This hampered his travel plans, but after remembering we were in a civilized country with excellent and logical infrastructure, Curt and I realized the estimated schedule was most likely accurate and we would be able to cross on time. Still, we decided to keep an eye on things while moving forward with our original itinerary. There was only so much prepping I could do for ...