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... this won't be an issue. We were told not to plan anything for today or tonight and to take it easy, maybe nap.
Our travel and pickup at the airport went well. It's too early for me to have much of a read on Cusco yet, but we are very pleased with our rooms. We have the top floor of a very small hotel. It rents out separately on VRBO so it is a little like an apartment. There is a nice view of rooftops and mountains. Tea is available all day ...
... For example, to declare talk of 'consciousness' a delusion or a linguistic error has the virtue of simplicity. It may not, however, satisfy the more sceptical among us, those who are not in thrall to our left hemisphere's way of thinking. If what does not fit the model is just discarded we will never learn, never sophisticate our model of reality, and our understanding will come to a standstill where it is. Third, the left hemisphere is ...
We had almost 12 hours sleep last night so awoke feeling refreshed and full of energy. Our hostel didn't do breakfast so we went back to La Cordoba for more sandwiches. We then took a taxi to Miraflores, a suburb of Lima by the sea. On arrival we were astounded by the shops, skyscrapers, bars and restaurants, plus palm trees, and wondered if we had accidentally gone to Miami!
... maybe, just maybe the world is not only rationality, but feeling, energy and love ;) if you do want to find out more visit their site: http://www.wiracocha-tours-peru.com/ ;) Of course I did not forget Machu Pichu in all this. I left Urubamba behind for a little and while waiting for the most beautiful train ever I ran into a performance for a ritual of the winter solstice on inca ruins built into the mountain. A 100 people running around the ruins, singing, dancing ...
... to have another early night so that we could wake up at 5am for an excursion to Lake Sandoval.
Lake Sandoval is part of the Tambopata National Reserve, a protected area of the Amazon. A 3km muddy trail led us to the Lake where we hopped into another canoe. En route, we saw a number of beautiful blue and yellow macaws. Their colours were so vibrant. As soon as we reached the lake, we witnessed brown cupuchin monkeys and ...