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... aging reversal explains its but that is not quite the thrust of the book.
Obviously it bothers me to see these young folks on a slippery slope. For the older folks the slope is just as slippery but not as long so it doesn’t bother me so much.
Leaving makes me look the place over with new eyes and notice everything in detail. Such is travel.
I’ll miss Ja Beez and Dave from Florida, and the staff ...
... looked outside at the fog and said,
and Frank said "That's a great idea!" and threw some more wood on the fire and talked about banking in Ecuador, while I had another cup of coffee and read the Washington Post on my phone.
Not today, but usually, after breakfast we smear sunblock all over our faces because even though it's not ever hot, the sun is ferocious from elevation, equator, ...
... were waiting for our ride out of the jungle the other day, a fresh table of jungle-goers arrived and started making friends by talking about where they were from and where they had been. One couple was telling another couple about the best places to go in Singapore. At the other end of the table, a few people were talking about Amsterdam. Meanwhile, in the middle of the the two groups sat a skinny young man with too long arms, in stovepipe jeans and bulky, ...
Today is Saturday, and we are headed to the famous Otavolo Plaza de Ponchos. This is the largest market in South America. Many come from as far as Bogota, Brazil, 4 hrs away, to shop. Bernardo, the owner of our hotel, has offered to drive us and be our guide, translator and negotiator for the day. The drive to Otavolo takes about one and a half hours.
We left after breakfast and began the drive down into the valley. Quito is ...
... somewhat sane – each of those items having been in jeopardy at various points in my life.
I have designs on an Ecuadorian Resturaunt for lunch: a camera is a much needed gift: and a trip to Peguche to stroll about and to take a couple k hike to see some spectacular waterfalls which are off limits in June when indigeous men do ceremonial cleansing.
The area is loaded with mystery, temples, herb lore, healing, reverence for Nature, ...
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