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... a Madonna niche where truckies stop as they come over the mountains to pray for a safe trip - the road is well maintained now and accidents are not as frequent - maybe the power of prayer or maybe bitumen and road base? lol Arrived in Papallacta for the afternoon and night... It is beautiful - we all have private hot springs outside our rooms !!!! I'm off to soak in the hot springs for the afternoon then dinner.... Buenos ...
... good time is destructive nonsense. The body is built to take some stress but strain has to be repaired. It accumulates. A strain deficit is created. We become couch potatoes, or worse, and we euphomize it by calling old age. Enjoy, but this staining the body is destructive. This approach to life is the same approach most of us as parents embraced: be tough, work through the pain, no pain no gain, and the youth today seem to go extra hard – ...
... leftovers any more, but I still can't bring myself to throw away the stockpile in the fridge because it seems like we made a commitment that we should follow up on, at least nominally.
While we're eating breakfast, Frank, the owner, will ask cheerfully, "What do you want to do today?"
and I make some vague request like, "Go shopping", which Frank winnows down to a realistic itinerary.
... school, which I didn't do, either.
I mostly just eavesdrop, when I can, because then I don't have to act interested when I'm not.
After it's been established where people are from, travelers immediately start trying to one up each other about where they've been and that makes me cranky, too, because, like I just said, what's important is that they are here with me, now, not where they've been that I haven't.
... will follow along at one’s heels. Today a young girl of 8 or 10 came scurrying my way shrieking and wedged herself in between me and the wall clutching my coat. Very unusual behavior. I gave a loud shout at the dogs and clapped my hands indicating to the girl not to be afraid of them and not to run but to shout at them. As soon as the pack moved on she fled.
The other thing I need to talk to the government about in addition to the dogs is the ...