Fairfield Inn Memphis Germantown
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... travelers have been excellent; we look forward to making new friends with members of this group.
Our first order of business will be a visit to Machu Picchu, the ancient ruins of an Incan civilization situated high in the Andes Mountains of Peru. Next we will travel by boat on the Napo River of Ecuador deep into the Amazon rainforest where we stay at a riverside lodge that is said to be "a window on the environment and culture of ...
... the road and then are moved across in small buses to control the numbers. You only get to visit the 2 floors in the house, not the bedrooms upstairs. Decor is well - interesting (I am being kind) - very 60's and 70's, including while lounges, carpet on the ceiling in the basement, rooms with themes e.g. the family room is done in a jungle theme. It just feels like a very comfortable family home (if you like the decor). You visit areas outside too, the racquet ball court ...
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... We often speak of them and wonder about their lives and prospects. What a shame that there is no social safety net for the very poor of India. Truly it is a society where the cruel realities of natural selection at the human level are the rule.
The ubiquitous trash-strewn roadways with abandoned cows, boney dogs, and pigs rooting through the rotting garbage were a continual startling and sad sight. The lack of adequate sanitary facilities, resulting in men standing ...
... told us that we should not look upon this trip as a vacation but as an experience. We will certainly learn what it feels like to be an easily identified minority within a huge population of very different peoples. We expect the crush of crowds, the smells and sights associated with poverty, homelessness, and the lack of sanitary facilities, and our inability to eat many of the fresh foods to be a challenge.
On the other hand, ...