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... they hope to make into a fish farm but it is covered in weed which they are slowly removing. There were also large Amazon Lily pads; many up to a metre across.
Had a delightful afternoon at an animal refuge for injured and rescued creatures. They all roam free and they frolicked amongst us and followed us everywhere we went. A pair of macaws were like a couple of ladies off to afternoon tea. They can’t fly so skipped along always close to each other. ...
... floor contains a wooden boat with steps approximately ten feet up to the living quarters. I actually visited Belen market twice. The first time with a Frech dude who bore a remarkable similarity to Brazil's David Luiz, and therefore Sideshow Bob from the Simpsons.
On the first visit it had been raining just before we entered the market. The place stank of rotting meat and rotting fruit. The walkways between the stalls were covered in a layer of sludge that splattered your ...
... the brain with it while we are dreaming. There's a lot more to be said about this medicine, but for the sake of brevity, I’ll leave it at that and invite you to do further research if you’re interested.
Ayahuasca was the main reason I was in the Amazon. Here, I would be staying at a retreat run by the master shaman, Don Lucho. Four ceremonies over seven days. Joining me would be eleven other inquisitive souls from around the globe.
Upon arriving ...
... protected -- such as in Bensonhurst in Brooklyn or Polish Hill in Pittsburgh -- but in the main, “community” in cities and suburbs is a thin illusion, confined to simulated events like street festivals. If you have moved from one neighborhood to another or from one suburb to another and have quickly forgotten the friends you left behind, then you will have experienced the phenomenon I refer to. Over 90% of the United States’ population now lives inside 50 ...
... and half million young people are being educated entirely by their own parents; last month the education press reported the amazing news that children schooled at home seem to be five or even ten years ahead of their formally trained peers in their ability to think.
I don't think we'll get rid of schools any time soon, certainly not in my lifetime, but if we're going to change what's rapidly becoming a ...