Posada El Antano
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... resembled a plank an unlucky buccaneer would have to walk. He also managed to tie several ropes to unsettling branches that shook with the ferocity of an approaching T-Rex (yes I went to see Jurassic World). It is nearly impossible to describe the childlike joy that I experienced when swinging from the ropes. It made me think about when I would watch the black and white Tarzan movies with my dad when I was about 4 years old. I wasn't as graceful as the jungle ...
... our Australian natives are over here and doing well. Every dry season they are heavily pruned to encourage spreading branches for shade and the wood is sold as fire wood, nothing wasted here. Hazel was sitting at the front and was soon sharing her seat with 2 others, four were in the seat across the aisle which made eight crammed into these seats. A woman with an unsheathed machete boarded as did a man with a long sword in the scabbard, no ...
... think the tube is bad for armpit smelling, you ain't smelt nothing yet), the town was indeed mentally busy. The city easily soaks up the crowds however, and there was a real sense of excitement in the air. Everyday they have at least 1 procession through the streets, that can last anything up to 12 hours - at 1 point on Good Friday there were 3 simultaneous processions that somehow managed to avoid crashing into each other. ...
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There’s a pungent smell to the air. Slightly sour, like fruit that has rotted. This is the wet fermentation process of the bean, definitely not the rich and enticing aroma ...
... br> A great little tour, with a surprising amount of mileage and hill climbing for the "easy" level ride.
Beyond the breathtaking landscape and pretty towns, was the opportunity to see people going abou their daily business. Once such is a communal water/washing centre in the middle of town. Women (this is not such a female-progressive society) from the whole village come with their washing (carried ...