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... My understanding is that much of the desertification of the area is due to inappropriate sugar cane production in the past. Just downloaded a book some of the others on the trip our reading that explores many aspects that interest me about South America - so more I'm sure to follow about things such as sugar cane etc.
Unfortunately my lovely Olympus Toughie camera broke while we were on our rest days - the on off switch will no ...
... the monument Huaca Dragon o Arco Iris. This was a place where was traded earlier. Even today, the individual chambers can be seen where the relevant goods had been stored. Finally, now came the real highlight of this tour, the King plant Chan Chan. The once largest adobe city in the world previously housed up to 100,000 people. The city was the capital of the kingdom of Chimor or Chimun powerful as they were called. Within the city there is the ...
At one point we are talking about language and Harold, in trying to describe being full, uses the word replete asking me (the only other English speaker in the group) if that is an accurate use of the word. I say that it is and though a beautiful word, not often used. Camilla identifies it with the Spanish word repleto which I agree and pronounce as re plea toe. She corrects me which is what we do with language and pronunciation: ra pla to rolling the r ...
... are going to surf you are going to crash -sort of a metaphor for living.
At one point in the proceedings I took my glasses off and noted that all was a blur. The thought came to me that I was lucky to have the glasses. And then a feeling flooded through me connected to the idea that I was lucky to be alive. Very, very fortunate. And I thought about how I tell myself that when the time comes I ‘won’t rage against the dying of the Light,’ as Dylan ...
... the door after midnight!" I said, we'll try. Of course they opened ;-)
The next day, I visited Trujillo. The Plaza de Armas is lovely, surrounded by old colonial houses, two stories, little balconies, painted in lovely colours. A cathedral, palters, and this lovely weather!
The toy museum had this adorable little coffee shop, very French like, with little wooden tables with iron feet, on the wall old displays of "Maurice Béjart" and "Le ...