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Written on: Friday May 30th, 2008

Friday night most of the hostel made our own empanadas and went to a bar and then a club, On saturday I walked around town, bought a huge pile of pirate DVDs for practically nothing and what a selection they had. I had to stop myself at one stage, Id just bought too many. Then I walked the 1070 steps up to the viewpoint.. went home and watched "Trainwreck: My life as an Idoit"
with Sean william scott, real strange, but good.. and then back out to the same bar that played the same music again, though when its R.H.C.P. one doesnt mind.

Today I went to "Mondello"... well a race track here in Salta.

Now I think Ill get in another movie then tomor to the driest place on earth, The Atacama Desert..

...The hostal is good fun, but most of the people left for San Pedro De Atacama today Im heading there tomor.. Over the Andes, a very high pass, should be nice and cold, but I have made covers for my hands/handlebars with some plastic which should help

There has been talk of Sandboarding. Never done that before, should be good

 

 

From fatman morgan on Jun 3rd, 2008

that canyon photo is unreal, any more of it?

From Owen Teggin on Jun 5th, 2008

Great blogs mate keep them up, pictures are amazing, nice bike to looking to do something similar to what your doing some time.John O'Connels mate from 147

From Lev on May 5th, 2013

Lorraine,Thank you for writing this. (It is the first blog post of yours that I am raideng.) Your personal examination of dreaming is comforting and encouraging to me. Why must you, I, or others be ashamed of experiences that communicate the unconscious whether it be in a waking state or in sleep? I feel more accepting of my episodes because as you nicely put it, Besides, these dreams do not belong to me. I didnâ??t ask to experience them, nor am I capable of making them up. I find this statement to be so true.As well, I really appreciate how you explained the following: They have convinced me that some dreams, perhaps all dreams, are gifts from some universal source, what I call the Great Cosmic Oneness of Being. And they belong, as many indigenous people believe, to the tribe. In other words, these dreams are too big for me to keep hidden. Though they may have come through me, the wisdom teachings in them are not for me alone. My experiences with the psyche happen to me as an individual. But, you enlighten me to not imagine them as strictly personal.Lena