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... majored in Economics and minored in PS instead of the other way around.
We talked economics and he gave me a summary of the economics courses he took at McGill. (I don’t need the Poly Sci synopsis as I have two children with honors degrees in that major.)
Economics seems pretty much in the state it was in 50 years ago when I waded through Samuelson’s text. He was very forthright about the shortcomings of economics, that often the noble prize ...
... traveling. He is another typically uber bright young traveler with lots of energy for travel and seeing things and meeting people. He initiated the conversation with me. He is based in Vancouver so that was a good starter topic. Not very long into the conversation Yara asked me if I wanted join them for a tour of a lake in the crater of a still active volcano (not much going on of course other than a bit of fumes bubbling up through the water). When ...
... good view of the city from the bottom of it and especially from our hostel so not really sure why I went but nothing else was massively appealing to me. Got to too and could tell we were higher up - one it was much colder (another 1000 or so metres higher than before) plus head felt like being squashed and as soon as we got up there, none of us fancied the 3 hour hike to the top! Took some photos then got cable car ...
... 69, 6’ 1", 175 lbs, resting heart rate is 54. I figure I could walk around the earth if I had to – at sea level or possibly the elevation of Calgary (3400’) but not at 10,000 feet. I walked a leisurely 5 or 6 k today and I was huffin and puffin. I go to bed at night at 10 which is body time 7 and don t sleep and wake up reluctantly at 6 which is 3. Gads, I’ve been here a week tomorrow and hope day 7 is the magic ...
... 8211; the Hacienda Pinsaqui. Our room was enormous – a sitting room, bedroom with four poster bed and fireplace and a bathroom with an extremely large claw-footed metal bath and tapwear from Paris. The furnishings throughout the hacienda were antiques. We were invited for a welcome drink in a room that Vikings would have loved – the most enormous fireplace, high ceilings, woven mats amongst rafters on the ceiling. Cinnamon tea and corn empanadas were ...
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