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Peru ~ MEDLife Trip
May 3rd-12th, 2014 (after third year uni)
Friends (went on own & met people): Jessica Farber (New Jersey/McGill Uni), Lily Li (Manitoba/McGill Uni), Becky Muller (Chicago/ Vanderbilt uni), Hannah Blanchard (Minnesota/West Virginia uni), Nick Vranich (Pittsburgh/ Miami uni) ~ South Florida Uni (tampa), Michigan …
... to settle for Starbucks), we stumbled upon La Bodega Verde. A little house turned cafe, set in a garden which was serving breakfast. It was a sign, of course.
There was no outdoor seating left so we sat inside. The place really reminded me of something you would see in Los Feliz in LA. We both ordered "The Runner": shredded chicken and avocado with homemade whole grain bread. It came with a hot drink of your choice and a ...
... and before noon. We talked with a gentleman who ran a chicken stand. They have whole chickens hanging and then one cut open so you can see the inside of the chicken. He was very excited that we were there and kept shaking our hands and wanted us to come behind the counter and take pictures! Laurie you would've loved him!! He also told us his chickens only eat grain and only drink beer. He said his chickens are so healthy that eating them will give you a big belly and ...
... learning how to cross the road again. That evening we went out to a cheap restaurant and shared a platter of Peruvian food, which was very tasty except we have no idea what it was. We spent our second day doing much of same thing and booking train and entrance tickets to Machu Picchu, which was bloody expensive at £240 so better be worth it! Overall our first impression of South America has been very good and we are looking forward to catching the bus to our next stop - the town of ...
... to the world as once? It is like patting your head and rubbing your stomach at the same time - but worse, because one consciousness can't be committed to two kinds of attention simultaneously.
The solution appears to have been the brain's separate hemispheres. Each of these neuronal masses is sufficient in itself and on its own to sustain consciousness. And since attention is an aspect of consciousness (a machine can carry out tasks, but it cannot attend) each ...