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... of Mysteries of the Rosary. Then we went down to the grotto, actual site of the apparitions. Folk lined up to touch the walls, worn smooth by millions of fingers; water trickling out of the rock; a statue of Mary and a huge candle holder. Then we looked at the candles, held in huge barrow-like structures. They burn hundreds of tonnes of wax every year. Next we saw folk lining up for their turn in the baths. You can be immersed ...
... As for your average Colombian! Friendly, outgoing and hoping and working for a brighter future. Those we met were more than willing to help out if they could. Definitely,
when we think of Colombia, we will remember the people. And have I mentioned
the women people? The Colombian woman has STYLE.
Although not on our planned itinerary, we now find ourselves in the Britain and Europe. The UK is as different to Colombia as chalk is to ...
... to the
nearest garage where they would charge not much shy of 1000€ to repair and we
still had to get home. The recovery truck turned up really quickly, but I had
to negotiate for them to take us home at a cost of 200€ so that we could do the
repair ourselves and get back at a reasonable time.
The driver worried us a bit. He had a bandage on his arm and
explained that he had had a cat scan that morning ...
... the flag so I ask her. Brazil. She moves ahead but I keep her in sight.
There are signs every kilometre that tell you the average grade for the next kilometre. 8%, 9.5%….. Then the sign saying 5km to the summit. Keep it up. Breathing hard. Heart rate too high. Getting hot. Remember to drink. Getting tired. Now the one kilometre to the summit marker. Harder! Keep that power up, increase it. The last hairpin. Come on, harder. The timing mat in site, the ...
... feet but I made it . . . just. I feel the elements and my fatiguing body probably didn't make it the prayerful experience for which I was hoping - oh well!
It was necessary to extract nearly one hundred tonnes of marble from the mountains of Carrara to create this Way of the Cross in 17 stations. Work was undertaken by sculptor Maria de Faykod. It was financed by pilgrims from around the world. It is a stunning piece of ...