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... a tourist, a replica of this tomb. The original grave is also near, but the exact location is kept secret so as not to interfere with the research at the tombs. Next, we visited the museum with the Tucume pyramids. But this could not be visited, as currently found excavations instead. The pyramids were built by the Mochica to pay homage to their Gotten and hold fairs. The museum was not very good and so we took a longer lunch break at a nearby restaurant. Fernanda even told us a ...
... give him a single sole for it but behind us Adrian was coming with the ranch owner. I asked Adrian if he could translate what the drunk wanted, and it seemed he thought we might have drugs and was willing to share with him; he left right after he got his answer.
We invited Adrian over for a beer and chatted for a couple of hours. He also helped us buy bus tickets to chachapoyas for the next day.
I slept a bit better that ...
... role but is now not only limiting for our cosmological understanding but unsustainable for our existence. Perhaps it is time to adopt, as a potentially more fruitful hypothesis and heuristic starting point, the second suitor’s approach to the nature of the cosmos.
Humanity’s “progress of knowledge” and the “evolution of consciousness” have too often been characterized as if our task were simply to ascend a very tall ...
... away from hitting may head against the wall in frustration. This was one of the early classes, right towards the end of lesson, so gave up on that pursuit and went back to greetings hello, how are you, more basic things, as I didn't have any where else to go with we and they. The next lesson I consulted with the other English teachers, and my Spanish teacher to try and convey the idea in a different way. I came up with a mix of examples with drawings and sentences, and found some ...
... traffic noise. It’s pretty infuriating the
constant noise of taxis beeping their horns both at other vehicles and us to
see if we want a lift. There are also the mini-buses with a person hanging out
the door or window yelling where they are going too. It’s impossible to work
out what are official taxis and which are just cars trying to make money. There
are cars that are yellow but have no signs on them and yet ...