Hotel El Farolito
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... suitor--that epistemology, that methodology--who viewed you as being at least as intelligent and powerful and full of mystery and soul as he is, and who sought to know you by uniting with you to create something new?
The postmodern mind has come to recognize the degree to which our often hidden presuppositions play a crucial role in constellating the reality we seek to know. It is clear to me, if the universe is anything like the mystery I believe it is, that, ...
... lunch, and dinner! When we got to our dome, we were provided with a fabulous dinner. The camp gave us Carapulca, an authentic Peruvian dish that is like beef stew. It includes dried potatoes, onions, pork, peanuts, and many other spices that make it so delicious. At about 9:00 pm, we head out to sit around a campfire and look at the stars with some other travelers. ...
... does not prove anything, except the impossibility of conceiving what it is that one cannot conceive. If a squirrel could reflect, it would look that way to a squirrel.
So let me go back to the brain, but with a degree of scepticism. My aim will be to illuminate no so much what we are, which no brain can tell us, but what we, and the world we create, are not - which it can. It gives us tangible evidence of what might shape our thinking. Looking at the brain ...
... what I can gather the gunmen were awful shots and no one was hit. After dessert, we made a quick departure back to the cabin and attempted to have an early night. Fun fact: Over the preceding 5 days we had averaged about 4 hours sleep each night. For someone who lives for a solid 8 hours each night, this is totally unacceptable and I intend to spend a fair bit of time catching up on my missed hours of sleep. That said we knew it would be a sleep deprived week and signed up for it any ...
... we went to the office to plan for our day and then off to Tupac for the ESL lessons. Classes were not very well attended today, but that is not uncommon on Fridays and Mondays, or so we are told.
We went back to the house for Spanish, then supper. Before Spanish, I ran my laundry down the street to a service that washes, dries and folds it. I will need to pick it ...