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... some things I've learned:
- Peru is the land of carbs. You have potatoes at pretty much every meal and sometimes rice too. They have over 3,600 varieties of potatoes and over 2,000 types of corn.
- Peruvians are proud people who live simply and are family oriented. They are immersed in their culture and are proud of their heritage. More people should be like them. They celebrate their culture through art, music, dance, textiles, and ...
... abstract to my eyes.
Having recently been on the tourist conveyor belt at Iguazu and knowing that I was going to join it again in Machu Picchu, despite being aghast at the lack of protection, I enjoyed being in a place where things were practically untouched for millennia (if one could ignore the graffiti).
The town of Canta is another 60km or so down the road from Checta - a very traditional village ...
... and set off for the bus ride up to Machu Picchu. Needless to say the time we spent at Machu Picchu was amazing.
For the return journey we were told by our guide that we had to meet the minibus at Hydroelectrica by 2.30 pm at the latest. We duly arrived on time. By 3.30pm there was still no sign of Los Yankies (who by this time had become Lost Yankies) and it had started to rain. We gathered up the two young French girls we had ...
... that virtually everything in Western intellectual and spiritual history, from the Hebrew prophets and Greek philosophers on, has in one way or another supported this long, bipolar movement. Two basic developments have happened: On the one hand, the human self has been gradually differentiated out of the larger matrix of being; its autonomy, intellectual and moral, has been forged. It is dynamically self-determining, self-aware, self-revising, self-responsible; it even ...
... such a big part of the economy. There was a large, partly underground shopping mall right on the coast complete with the latest fashions, bright lights, manicured gardens and people everywhere! Dad and I decided to play it safe on our first night and ate out at Tony Roma's, a restaurant famous for its ribs and BBQ. Rather tired after a long day, we caught a taxi back to our hotel (a new and interesting experience for two non-spanish speaking Aussies) and headed to bed. ...