We started our day with a quick tour of Cachi, including the cemetery high above the city, the church on the main square, and a small anthropological museum. (I need to minimize the number of photos in this post since the Internet is pretty nonexistent here in Molinos.)
We then hit the very dirt road in the direction of Colomé. It was so bumpy that at one point the driver side mirror threatened to fall off. I was very proud to be able to produce some brightly colored duct tape to secure it.
Colomé basically consists of a winery, a hotel no longer being used as such, and the James Terrell Museum, a fantastic experience in light, dark, colors, and perception. A bit challenging for people like me with bad proprioception. No pictures of the inside of the museum because they confiscated our phones and cameras.
You can see just a sample of the vineyards which produce the grapes for the winery. On out tour of the winery, our guide told us about one wine made with grapes that come from vines that are so old no one can figure our what they are. For this reason the named it "Misterioso". After our museum visit we bought a bottle for 95 pesos (about $7) and treated everyone to a taste. Everyone had a different adjective to describe this unusual but delicious white wine. Unfortunately not for export.
After coming back over the same bumpy road, we are now in the small town of Molinos for the night. It is very pleasant sitting out under the huge old tree in the central courtyard of our hotel.