La Casa de la Bodega -Wine Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Leaving Pumamarca we began the five hour journey to Cafayate which is in Salta province. It is billed as a popular tourist destination but to be honest the only travellers we met were Argentinian. Where are all the English?! Cafeyate is a a tranquil wine producing small-town with spectacular scenery with the green of the grape vines backed by soaring ...
... worked and to sample some of its produce. Before long, we were all sat around a vast barrel that had been cut into a table shape. In the immaculate garden under a very fair sky, we tried a few of the bodega's wines. In the end, we were able to take a couple of sips of eight wines, starting with two whites. It was surprisingly easy to be able to discern the wines that had been kept in oak casks for a time. Wine tasting turned into lunch; cheese and breadsticks ...
... garden next to a covered dining room area. We were shown around by Mikey, a Kiwi who is working here temporarily. Strolling around the corner, we found the little market area. A little boy was engrossed in a game with two companions. Two neighbours pointed us out to him and he quickly went to fetch his dad to alert him that their shop needed to be manned. After picking up some supplies, we made and ate lunch before calling some friends in the UK. This afternoon, we walked ...
... the observer is truly the observed.
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... we should regard it literally. Sound is volume. From the modern point of view we say sound ‘fills’ space. From the point of view of the more accurate esoteric science, we would say that sound is volume, and therefore sound is space. In either case, it is volume. It is as literally ‘form’ as is a cat or a cathedral; all are the result of an interplay of harmonics, ultimately number. The Absolute expresses itself through number (the Neters), ...