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... city in Ecuador - I'll tell more about that day in one of the vignettes, but one really cool thing I did was visit the Parque de Iguanas (Iguana Park) - this was literally a random square block park in the middle of the city that was just FILLED with iguanas. Everywhere. There were iguanas roaming around all over the place because there's a tree in there where they all (probably over a hundred of them) live. Random cool surprise in an otherwise boring city. Next, I took ...
... 100AD. At the moment, you can only visit the Moon Temple which was the religious building. The Sun Temple which was the administrative building is still being excavated. There are no writings from this time and everything they know about this period is from paintings found mainly on pottery. The Moon Temple has 6 levels, but not all of them have been uncovered. Each time there was a new priest the previous level would be filled in and used as a foundation for the new level which ...
... whites, sugar and some kind of juice. Another super couple. They met at school and are now traveling. Bright, talkative, humorous (could have been to some degree the piscos)
Camilla and I are dispensing beer. Julie has arrived. Does she want a beer or is she having wine? She will have a beer first. Julie is a completely unusual physiology. She looks 16, she may be 27. Her skin is like that of an infant. Incongruously she smokes, she drinks and parties. Her looks are that ...
... for all of Peru. I ask if it is the Insincerator and he is overjoyed that I know of it.
‘We installed them in our houses and renovations for twenty years – they are the best.’
We talk about Canada. The winters in Regina; the ocean, and the skiing on Vancouver Island. He likes to hunt. Is there hunting? Yes, great hunting. I fully expect to see them on Vancouver Island.
I’m on my way home. It is 4, and while traversing ...
... Auzzie couple regaled me with stories of the joys of renting a boat for a month and living on an island off the coast of Panama. But the thought has occurred to me in the last few days that I might return here to Peru. Hm. There is much I have not seen. We shall see what unfolds.
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