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... and zeal wants to proclaim what you have given me loudly, joyously. Running to those nearby to offer them the overflow of what I have.
But this season calls for patience still.
My knees may grow knobby like roots unable to sink beneath the soil,
my hands may grow tired of being outstretched before me,
reaching for the hems of your robes
... seeing some more Inca ruins in the form of a strange maze. We also saw an old Inca table but this just appeared as a giant rock with some smaller rocks around the outside. The walk itself was absolutely beautiful with views looking down over the lake and shore. We even had a little nap and sunbathe on the beach (with pigs running round free of course) though we were not quite as crazy as some of the people that went skinny dipping into the lake – we were ...
... across the flats. Even as we approached, over roads which caused me to think the bus would tip over, the mountains looked like they were floating. The vastness gives great 'perspective photos' - see the photos for examples and stunning landscape views. We dropped anchor, so to speak, and had lunch in the middle of the salt flats. An incredible place to have lunch, made even more unique when paddling in the salty water. The night was spent in a remote ...
... company was called Quirquincho, which is the name for the Andean Hairy Armadillo. We splurged for the more expensive seats downstairs as we anticipated that a 50 hour long bus ride was not going to be that pleasant and we wanted to have seats that reclined as much as possible. We had everything crossed that this would turn out to be a safe and possibly even an enjoyable ride through Bolivia and Argentina!
One of the real pluses of ...
... samples of the Inca's stonework scattered around the area and some it was possible to see the initial practice carve they did and then the final perfected carving. My favourite was the Inca Cross or Star cross. A square cross made with three levels to each represent the three levels of belief of the Incas. The lower, representing death and the afterlife, the second/middle to represent human life and the third being the upper level, ...
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