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... with our picnic lunch. The next stop was Bodega Nanni, a small organic winery in Cafayate town that had been open for over 100 years and is still owned and run by the Nanni family. The tour was in both Spanish and English, great practice, and was an interesting contrast to some of the wineries we had seen in Mendoza, with much of the old equipment still in use. The tasting included 2 whites (dry and sweet Torrontes - both gorgeous) and 2 reds, a Malbec and a Tannat blend. ...
... is being revealed by the darkness, we can creatively mediate, transform, and assimilate these darker, destructive powers of the psyche.
Paradoxically, the cause as well as the healing of our collective psychosis lies within the human psyche. Secretly encoded in the psychic epidemic we have fallen into is its own medicine. Hidden in our collective madness are the keys to its resolution and healing. Our collective madness itself is revealing to us the crucial role our own ...
... what they were doing, and why; no aspect of their knowledge is divorced from any other aspect.
Measure, volume and the eye
Egyptian measures and volumes refer to both man and to the earth, and the symbolic means Egypt chose to express her measures reflects her profound understanding of the relationships between the measures themselves and those human faculties that allow man to measure in the place. Perhaps the most striking and ...
... now helping his brother. We think he has some money, as his pickup was a slick high-end Toyota Hilux 4x4, and along the way kept pointing out houses he owns and rents out. Interesting and nice guy, and again no English, totally in Spanish. We enjoyed another fun and spectacular drive!
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... more wine and headed back, as it was our Christmas Day. We played Christmas music, I covered myself in tinsel and we ate cheese and drank wine. It was so lovely! We had a Christmas quiz and my team WON! We then opened our secret santas - Henni had me and bought me drums and a recorder, much to the dislike of some people but I obviously loved it. We then carried on drinking until 2am, we danced and sang and had the best time ...