El Buho Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... across a stretch of water in a reed twin hulled boat after three ladies serenaded us farewell. One at least had cause to celebrate as James bought a an embroidered table runner and a tiny clay pot from her! We probably paid too much but it all seems so reasonable to us. It was so peaceful and quiet being rowed. One man's small son jumped aboard and tried to help row. He was perfectly confident walking along the edge of the boat, always holding on ...
... After a while we came to a complete stop behind a long stream of traffic. When we eventually started moving again we discovered a tree had been across the road which had to be cut up and removed. The smaller roadblocks continued for ages. The woman at the front, now called The Cow, kept the asking the hostess, who was trying to get everyone on board either a hot or cold drink, for more hot water so she could make her own brew which she had in a metal mug with a straw and slurped ...
... as well as the minds of children....
Here in a brief progression is one window on the problem of modern schooling. It set out to build a new social order at the beginning of the twentieth century (and by 1970 had succeeded beyond all expectations), but in the process it crippled the democratic experiment of America, disenfranchising ordinary people, dividing families, creating wholesale dependencies, grotesquely extending childhoods. It emptied people of ...
... on it. We had not realized they were all different and were trying to explain how Sanam's fell off and how another mother put this one on her head. When we walked down to the dock, Mama Olga brought the scarf that was not hers and was hoping to exchange it with her own, handmade family scarf. We said goodbye even though we could tell she was upset about losing her scarf. Ron was saying to watch out; maybe in a month or so we might see a ...
... bubblegum! Puno is a much bigger town than Copacabana, and we had heard that it is not as nice, however it acts as the jumping off point to various islands on Lake Titicaca. As we approached, the heavens opened and thunder and lightening started to crash around us. Chris got soaked as he waited to get the bags off the bus, but a man from our hostel was waiting to greet us and he put us in a pre-paid taxi. The roads were completely flooded - it was seriously heavy rain! We relaxed ...