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... grey water using bacteria found in bamboo roots that returns clean water back to the river. It's fascinating, particularly for a greenie (me!).
Lunch with Alex in the restaurant was delicious, a set three course meal was washed down with a strong Pisco Sour. Lovely to get to know Alex, meet his wife and see his work. Thank you.
The following morning we boarded a bus for Argentina. The day was looking clear and sunny to enjoy the journey over the Andies to San Carlos de ...
... is beyond what know or can measure. It uses the language of hidden treasures and distant cities to awaken something sleeping within us. The soul knows that we must be drawn out of ourselves in order to truly become ourselves. Call it a dream or “the treasure hard to attain;” call it a vocation or the awakening of one’s innate genius. Call it what you will, upon hearing the call we must follow or else lose the true thread of our lives. A ...
The best day for the next few was forecast, though it’s all relative – only 30% chance of rain. Was heavy niebla that didn’t lift a bit until later, though the cloud never entirely broke.
Decided not to light a fire as was heading straight out & didn’t want to be worrying about the house burning down while I was out all day, but made time for coffee – no chance of a decent cup ...
... supermarket. That and the bus back to Niebla went smoothly as I had not bought too much knowing I had 3 litres of wine to carry – bought 1.5 litre bottles for about £2 each rather than the cheaper and lighter tetrapaks – I’m worth it, though was doubtful when the 1.3km hill kept going on forever – it’s about 45 degrees on average and less than half is paved. That just got me to the gate – still another 5 ...
Hey theeere :)
Yes I am still doing it but do not expect regular updates again ;)
It will more likely be a big block of posts like today :D
This was directly after our introduction week and as you will see from the pictures it is mainly (sadly) the Europeans (one or two exeptions).
We did this trip to Niebla with a local guy who knew where to get all the good food (I <3 Empanadas, gotta buy a shirt ;) ).
After a 20 minutes bus trip ...