Pirwa Bed & Breakfast Suecia
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... Domingo del Cusco. I thought "oh no, not another church" but this one had the most interesting story. The church is also called by the Inca name of Qorikancha because it has some amazing Inca ruins. The Spaniards usually knocked down all of the Incan places of worship and even used their rocks to build their own churches. So in this church they used the Incan buildings as a foundation for their own buildings. They built the first floor ...
... rejection of spiritual qualities in the cosmos, its repudiation of any intrinsic meaning or purpose in nature, its demand for a univocal, literal interpretation of a world of hard facts--all of these ensure the construction of a disenchanted and alienating world view. As Hillman has emphasized: "The evidence we gather in support of a hypothesis and the rhetoric we use to argue it are already part of the archetypal constellation we are in....The ...
... Fun. Sunburnt nose. Sunburnt lips. Eeesh. Stayed in a salt lodge at the foot of Tanupa volcano (inactive!) with the salt flats extending out to the horizon like the sea! Ate llama...chewy. Played with perspective photos to make stuff look funny, like riding toy llamas and doing magic tricks. Uyuni - cute town. LOVED the train cemetery. Amazing cloud rainbows. Potosi - home of the silver mines. Felt very healthily challenged here RE: mining etc. terrible hamburger ...
... in the cafe across the road, but I had already spotted my favoured eatery on the way down; a parasol-covered restaurant in a pedestrian side street just a few steps away. A salad starter and spicy meat stuffed peppers, if you're interested. Inside, the monastery is a self-contained village, with high, Moroccan-painted walls, in cerulean blue and tan. Carved lintels and collonaded cloisters are made of ashlar. A single tree, the only feature on one herringbone ...
... it around a bit, we were going to have to walk an extra 6 hours but then we all of a sudden got a van to drive us a bit of the way. It was all very strange and I heard a few different versions of what the strike was about but 3 locals had been killed by the police a few days before. We stayed in Aguas Caliente on the last night. It would actually be a really nice town if it wasn't for all ...