Hotel Tambo Titikaka
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... drying brownie, and the wine - perfect while overlooking Lake Titicaca in the late afternoon and evening.
Tomorrow we are being collected at 6.45am for a two and a half hour drive to the Bolivian border, then a catamaran ride on the Bolivian side of Lake Titicaca to La Paz where we spend a couple of nights.
Saturday 24th - Up at 5.30am so we could have breakfast and finishing the packing and checking out before being picked up at 6.45am.
Farewell Puno and almost farewell ...
... We just answered everyone's questions and expressions of shock/confusion with the response... "We're British"... Then they all seemed to go "Ahhh yes, that explains it then".... That shut them up! HA. Yes, we're British... We're used to the cold, wind and rain... But secretly, we were both sitting there thinking, we may be British but we're still bloody freezing up here... Through smiles and gritted teeth... Yep, sounds British! What a lot of people normally plan, is to ...
First day back on the bike after a week off - good to be cycling again but found the last 20km very hard work indeed. Cycled with Mark, Nelson and Rolph as not too hilly so more likely to not get too far behind them.
Still camping by the side of Lake Titicaca - our last night in ...
... I closed my lids and looked right images of chasing pussy into empty, cocaine induced conversations and soft cocked simulations of what sex should be surfaced, I smiled, it seemed nice.. I closed my eyes and looked left, nothing, just the crimson reflection of the sunshines attempt at penetrating my eyelids through polarized lenses. I stood up and walked with the sun, hours passed and my feet swelled to the point of shape shifting into red ...
... to appeals that you look at the worthiness of the outcomes sought and ignore the methods. This appeal to pragmatism urges a repudiation of principle, sometimes even on the grounds that modern physics "proves" there is no objective reality.
Whether children are better off or not being spared the effort of thinking algebraically may well be a question worth debating but, if so, the burden of proof rests on the challenger. Short-circuiting the right to choice is ...