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... close to 1 million people and we spent the afternoon by the amazon taking in the sights and trying a few local beers. Given that Iquitos is truly in the jungle it is a crazy mix of locals, expats looking to escape civilisation their lives or to live on the crazy side and others looking for adventure. There were numerous crazies around and one of them was drunk, sat on a bench opposite where we were sitting having a beer and promptly started putting his hand down ...
... belong to the time-process. But he wished to and must "die" in his contact with the historical process, which is of time. He whose name is YH-Sheen-WH, that is YHWH in action (Sheen), wants to and must descend deeply into the world (the legend says that he descended so deeply as to go as far as Hell, where he spent three days).
... thirty minutes to get ready and then were off in our first tour by canoe. It's interesting going during the rainy season as you sail past trees that must normally be twice as tall when all the water has disappeared - and they're tall as they are! We saw monkeys, birds and some enormous lily pads on that first trip. The scenery is so dramatic that you know you're in the jungle, and the sounds of it are all around you. After lunch and a little rest in a hammock (things ...
... br> The top bunk is really hard to get on to and harder to off, there is no ladder. At 17:30 my room mate had not turned up so I thought I had the cabin to myself. More people arrived and there was a very loud discussion in Spanish. Next thing I know the guy in charge of cabins want me to move to another cabin and share with an some guy. Who luckily spoke English and took the top bunk.
We finally left at about 19:30.
I spent ...
... mostly from far away. However, we got very close to the bats. Very small fruit bats res on tree stumps during the day. They look like frogs on the wood. The girls say they look very cool.
After Elisa woke up and we had breakfast together, we went to a local village, Comunidad El Chino to visit their craft market and the elementary school. There were many beautiful baskets and jewelry in the craft market. The women there were very nice. It is great to be able ...
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