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... the constant bumping as everyone passes through the tiny aisles between the hundreds of vendor booths and tables. In some places you also have to watch out for a constant stream of motos and motorcycles that pass through the crowds, too.
Basically, imagine the busiest shopping day you’ve ever seen and that’s every day here. Seven days a week, rain or shine, the market is always packed. Even on Christmas Day there are thousands trying to make a living or ...
... see, just trees. Just dappled dark green, punctuated by the occasional question mark of water underscored by a patch of deforestation, leaving a luminescent shade of grass growing in the freshly exposed, nutrient-rich soil. My overriding thought though, is that when I was a kid I used to hear various facts about the destruction of the Amazon Rainforest along the lines of, "Every day we lose an area of the rainforest the size of two football pitches."
Well, having seen what ...
... new friends, lights out, 9pm...night, into our mosquito net we go. Day 2 - waking up to the sounds of the jungle, never felt so relaxed in my life, breakfast the time the size of 3 meals out together, in the boat - jungle trek time, monkeys, lots of Monkeys, Sloths in trees, pullover to the jungle trek, walking (tree) sticks, handmade water bottle holder made of leaves, Mosquitos everywhere, hand on a termite mound (natural ...
... because it was broad daylight and we were lucid. I was mortified yet found myself laughing at the sheer absurdity of the sight. The pie-eating contest from 'Stand By Me’ came to mind, and how one person’s vomiting would set the next person off.
My tobacco juice eventually arrived. I downed the foul-tasting liquid as fast as I could and then started on the warm water. As soon as the water hit the juice in ...
... your hopes, fears, victories, defeats. The real truth is that the “friends” falsely mourned for their indifference were never friends, only fellow networkers from whom in fairness, little should be expected beyond attention to the common interest.
But given our unquenchable need for community and the unlikelihood of obtaining that community in a network, we are in such desperation of any solution, that we are driven to deceive ourselves about the nature of ...
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