El Dorado Isabel Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... line and hook. Peter caught a piranha, as did a few others, I caught a catfishL and another lady caught a sardine. The only thing that was dangerous was 16 people crowded in a small boat standing and moving around to get the 'best’ spot and flying fishing lines and hooks as we jerked them out of the water in the hope that we had caught something.
Fascinating getting a glimpse into life on the river: families fishing in canoes, children playing in canoes, ...
... seen. The vast expanse of green. I now have perspective. If we lose an area of the Jungle bigger than two football pitches, every day for the next century, it would barely make a visible impact, (seen from the air). Not that I'm advocating environmental insensitivity for the sake of it, but I used to feel sad when I saw the number of Metro newspapers left rotting on the Tube every day. The brainwashing my peers and I received in primary school, a classic example of society being made ...
... as I told the facilitator not to worry, I’m sure I’d get to try the tobacco purge one day. She told me not to be disappointed – more tobacco juice was on its way. ****.
In the time that it took for my juice to arrive, I had to sit and watch everyone else in the group forcefully eject the contents of their stomach. This was different to the purging that took place during the Ayahuasca ...
... social machine has been constructed which, by attaching purpose and meaning to essentially meaningless and fantastic behavior, will certainly dehumanize students, alienate them from their own human nature and break the natural connection between them and their parents, to whom they would otherwise look for significant affirmations.
Welcome to the world of mass-schooling, which sets this goal as its supreme achievement. Are you sure we want more of it?
As we approach ...
... selﬂess devotion to his people. As his people ﬂourished and grew in number, the bounds of this small domain spread; and with it the need to trust implicitly the emissaries he sent to ensure the safety of its ever more distant parts. It was not just that it was impossible for him personally to order all that needed to be dealt with: as he wisely saw, he needed to keep his distance from, and remain ignorant of, ...