Portal del Santo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Lots of fun today on this short distance ride to Salta and another rest day. Adrian had devised Team Shena****ns - 5 per team with at least 2 countries represented and not the same team as the last challenge which seems a long time ago now.
In a team with Jo, ...
... five kilometers to the ruins. This was not in our guidebooks and so we went to us, the route to run in the blazing heat to ruin. We looked again and again, if anyone could take us but we had only luck when we were almost in ruins.
The ruin is already impressive, since the foundations were still visible. So one could well imagine how big the plant had been. After some time, we noticed that it started einzudunkeln. We made our way back and noticed that the ...
... a new establishment which has only been open for 2 years, but one which everyone seems to rave about. We thought we'd therefore fit in one last vineyard tour and tasting before leaving the wine areas of our trip, and so we reserved spaces on the English tour at 3pm. We chose to make our way there on foot, allowing us enjoy the views, so we plodded for 4K out of town, reminiscing about all the amazing things that we'd seen and done so far on our travels. A really fun walk. ...
... and he springs from the genitals and ascends the spine. His "fire" is initiatory and becomes knowledge through transmutation of sex into creative intelligence. Factually, the serpent is phallic and nakedly so. (Genesis III, 1 ought not to read, now the serpent was more subtle than any beast, but more "naked.") - Carlo Suares
From Serpent in the Sky: The High Wisdom of Ancient Egypt
by John Anthony West, 1979, 1993
In a world ...
... much rain and the crossings were passable. Earlier in the week, however, they were not ... and we learned shortly after we passed through there were problems again. So we lucked out.
The driver's name was Martin, a guy our age who drove during the day and was a general education teacher at night school in Cafayete, needing both jobs to make ends meet. In (scary) fact, he was having trouble staying awake while driving ... so ...