Portal del Santo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... for breakfast in Mendoza, we were grateful to be offered a very simple breakfast at our hostel of bread, spreads and cereal. Cafayate is not a big town, which is often a blessing when travelling as it means it's very easy to work out what you want to do whilst you are there. We decided on a visit to the famous local goat cheese producer (Cabras de Cafayate), a tasting at a local organic bodega and an afternoon tour of La Quebrada de Conchas. The cheese farm is a few of ...
... fire, and radioactivity.” We, as a species are quickly approaching an event horizon. The darkness that is manifesting in our world will either continue to generate endless suffering and self-destruction, or precipitate an expansion of consciousness and wake us up.
What is playing out collectively in the global arena is a reflection of a deeper, psycho-spiritual process that has occurred within individuals from time immemorial. To quote Jung, “And so we can draw ...
... nondecimal systems. The most elegant of his artificial creations was the establishment of 10 as the base for his calculations …. The decimal system is in permanent conflict with our natural tendencies, it is out of rapport with out make-up … the natural way to multiply is to double, as 2, 4, 8 ...’
This of course is the system to which Egypt adhered throughout its history. And, incidentally, today we find the new science of ...
Today we leave Molinos and head to Cafayete, about 3 hours south on Argentina Route 40 through the Calchaquí valley. Route 40 is famous as the longest continuous national highway in the world, about 5,000 kilometers from the southern tip of Argentina north to the border with Bolivia, and it has a bit of a cult following, like Rt. 66 in the U.S. Cafayete was a popular stop, particularly for motorcyclists who were traveling the ...
... dogs, and they become very attached to you and follow you everywhere you go in town, and make sure you're safe at night. It's incredibly sweet - they came around the wine tours, and sat with us as we ate ice cream. We headed back, met the others and did more vineyards, but siesta is big in Argentina, so in between lunch hours, the only place open was a cool bar, playing blues music, so we drank beer there and then ...