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Today was the start our journey towards Machu Picchu, via Santiago-Lima-Cusco-Ollantaytambo arriving about 3 pm to to catch the last of the sunlight on our first Inca ruin. For the next three days we used the Sacred Valley to acclimatise to the high altitude, and also a prelude to the main event. There are many remains of the Inca terraces through …
... asked if we were getting on the train which Orlando responded that we were on the next one. He asked to see our tickets and said no, you're on this train. Get on its leaving right away. Good thing he checked!! We were on the vista dome train to MP which was beautiful. The windows wrapped around the roof a bit so we had lots to see! The train was really smooth and quiet, the seats were really comfy, the service was great, we got these little pastries for our snack. It was awesome. I ...
... and in particular on Lake Titicaca, is on the list, as is heading up North to start day hikes in an area called Huarez. If all goes smoothly, I will have an opportunity to volunteer with a non profit organization which is located at a coastal town in northern Peru... known for it to be a 'hippy' surf kind of a town. My favorite kind of place. More on plans at another time. Off to my first yoga class in what seems like ...
... Scientists, like everyone else, are attached to their beliefs. What, then, ultimately explains the progression of science from one paradigm to another? Does the evolution of scientific knowledge have anything to do with "truth," or is it a mere artifact of sociology? And more radically, with Paul Feyerabend's dictum that "anything goes" in the battle of paradigms: If anything goes, then why ultimately does one thing go rather than another? Why is ...
... at the top: that's just not normal. The landscape today on the Abancay side of the pass was a little different to what we're used to. We were treated to views of glaciers and snow capped peaks rather than the usual colorful patchwork agricultural land and puna (although the ever present eucalyptus trees maintained their position next to the road). Once over the pass, however, things looked more familiar, and as we descended we once again witnessed the remarkable ...