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... its harvest of an era. Here am I actively in flesh, in a state of indetermination and freedom. And here you are, alive only organically, in the vanity of your transient identifications. I came in the beginning as a forewarning. My impact was too strong for you. Your sleeping Aleph fell out of you and you desintegrated. Is your intent, now, towards entropy or towards Aleph?"
... a bakery, walking past goats and churches toward the central plaza to catch a bus back to San Gil.
From San Gil, rode two more buses headed to Bucaramanga, but opted to stop at Colombia's newest national park, Chicamocha, highlighting the world's second largest canyon, second only to our own Grand Canyon. The bus ride toward the canyon was spectacular enough, as the road hugged the cliffs looking out ...
... action for our class, which is held in an oblong studio facing beautifully manicured lawns peppered with fruit trees. After some breathwork, we move into a series of held extended poses that shake my body out of submission and enlivened it with more positivity and calm than I've felt for 48 hours. Like all yoga classes, I end on a high, happy to have given my body and mind this investment of time and discipline. Each day, Breakfast is taken under a quaint marquee set up in the ...
We left our house at 5:15 AM. This was necessary to make all our connections today. We flew from Charlotte to Miami; then from Miami to Bogota; then Bogota to Bucaramanga. We needed to be in Bucaramanga Tuesday night so that we could be ready for the flight in the morning from Bucaramanga. We didn't have any problems with our connections. We arrived in Bucaramanga at 7:30 PM where Claudio met us.
He had traveled by bus from Santa Rosa. He left at 5 ...
[Blog by Laura]
We arrived back in lovely San Gil around lunch time, so that became our first order of business. While waiting for our food, we mapped out a plan of what we would do for the next few days and then proceeded to implement it.
For the rest of the afternoon and evening, we spent our time at the hostal preparing for our border crossing to Venezuela. What´s to prepare you ask? Well, things in VZ are a little more complicated than the rest of South ...