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... lake at the foot of some snow-capped peaks. Day 2 was much longer with 22km of walking, almost entirely uphill before lunch and then downhill all afternoon. We got pretty close to Salkantay mountain, enjoyed a tea break with some pigs and ate plenty of delicious food from the chef. After a full analysis we agreed that downhill was much harder. Day 3 offered some recovery from day 2 with about 4 hours walking a gently downhill sloping track, ...
... with meat in the middle - breakfast here has also included meatballs and chicken stir fry on past days - we don't often get bacon - I think only the once at Inkaterra, Aguas Calientes) we walked a few kilometres over to the San Pedro Markets to buy a couple of things we'd thought about. On our way over we found an ATM that gives you American dollars, and finally bought some postcards. We also saw the municipal ...
... safest place to cross the road, they are actually all that safe. Some have these cool lights that count down how long you have on red and green (I actually really enjoy them!) even at those though, you aren't entirely safe because of turing cars, they - and I know Tomas will laugh if he reads this - don't indicate! So it's still pretty scary. The best move is to try and get in the centre of a mob and scurry across with them. These are the things I ...
... threshold for therapeutic transformation, it also proved to be the pivotal area for major philosophical and intellectual issues. Hence I will limit this discussion to the specific consequences and implications that Grof's work holds for our present epistemological situation.
In this context, certain crucial generalizations from the clinical evidence are relevant:
... was absolutely brilliant. Some of the views were stunning and we all had a bit of a laugh at a girl in our group who stated she was scared of heights and witnessed some of the worst acting in history all for a bit of attention from some French guys who were on the tour. The day was topped off by a relaxing soak in some natural hot springs in the heart of the valley
The third day consisted of a mornings zip lining through a valley and then a two hour trek to ...