Sunday, August 13, 2006


Cirauqui means 'Snake Nest'. Why would a town have such a name? Maybe in its past the town is a refuge for all the undesirable characters like robbers and thieves.

Only the path to the town is winding like a snake.

Or maybe it is because of these worm-like creatures before town. That is not even a snake. It has tiny front and rear flippers.

Some rock formation outside town.

The town seems peaceful and quiet.

No snakes here, the kitty purred!

Right outside the town is a famous ancient Roman bridge, still used today mostly by pilgrims. Here's Caesar and Fatimah from Brazil posing next to the bridge.

Pilgrims having their lunch after the bridge.

Another bridge further down the road. Roman?

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