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... of the cosmos. To assume a priori that the entire universe is ultimately a soulless void within which our multidimensional consciousness is an anomalous accident, and that purpose, meaning, conscious intelligence, moral aspiration, and spiritual depth are solely attributes of the human being, reflects a long-invisible inflation on the part of the modern self. And heroic hubris is still indissolubly linked, as it was in ancient Greek tragedy, to heroic fall.
... ever visited. We really enjoyed it, except your not allowed to take photos. On our way out a couple asked us if we could participate in a survey they were doing for their English course. It was difficult because they hadn't practiced and just spoke to us in Spanish. We excused ourselves and headed to find the bus to Tucume, the site of Pre-Incan pyramids. The pyramids were located just outside ...
... to the hotel, went out for pizza and went to sleep.
Yesterday, we ate breakfast and walked to a market close by. Parts were packed with shoes. My parents bought me good sandals because my other pair gave me cuts and ...
... 1 and 2. Ironically, I'd never seen either of them, and apart from my frequent chuckles in the script and special effects, I enjoyed them nonetheless.
We pulled into Chiclayo, thinking that it was a small(ish) beach town, similar to Mancora in size...It was gigantic! I believe there's over a million people in Chiclayo, and we were literally the ONLY tourists in town, that sure enough stuck out like a sore thumb.
... Luckily there was nothing valuable in there but unfortunately it did contain Zach's only remaining mango having given the rest away, so he didn't get any in the end! As annoying as it was I'm taking pleasure from the fact that they probably opened the bag expecting a wallet, passport, an iPod, but I can picture their faces falling as they realise they stole a used travel pillow, a tattered book, half a bottle of water and some fruit. And the bag it was all in was ripped and falling ...