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... cobbled old streets. At first glance the town is lovely, full of adobe whitewashed colonial buildings with dark wooden windows and red tiled roofs. The main square, plaza mayor, is massive, just a wide expanse of cobbles with a little fountain in the middle. It makes a change from tbe busy bench and tree packed squares we usually see. We found a nice restaurant in a converted colonial house and had salmon and mango chutney nachos. Well ...
... luggage (& Robyn grabs long johns & gloves) and for the first time in 7 weeks, my raincoat gets used.
Fork lightning is crisscrossing the sky soon after we arrive and the cold breeze makes us wonder if we'll be wearing trousers the whole time. After putting on our raincoats and scarves we go in search of lunch. The town is lovely but most of the roads & footpaths are made of lethal, uneven cobble stones which are slippery in the ...
... mud we found ourselves overlooking a 35 meter drop into a nice looking cave. I had never done this before, so it was enough to get the heart thumping a bit. Being the gentlemen that we are, we let the only female in the group go first. She did great and made it look easy. One by one we took our turns dropping down the wall into the cave below. Getting down was easy, but getting ...
... gate and left! But basically they moulded the house with clay into abstract shapes and let it dry. Laura showed me pictures and they have a bed, bathroom and kitchen inside. Its livable, but now just a tourist rip off.
El Infernito, was used by indigenous people to determine the seasons. The phallic shaped monolith stones are put in place to measure the sun and stars, a kind of observatory, matching to the direction of the sun and able to identify the dates of ...
... I am improving my patience and ability to share. Hepburn once said, that you have two hands, one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.
Someone, very smart and wise, told me before I left, that my trip will change my life forever. He was right. I am already changing personally and I feel differently about some parts of my life, but even more passionate about other parts. It's like they are being studied in detail closely with ...
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