Hotel la Colonia
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... their names, so I was able to quickly get to know all of the kids. A lot of them are totally adorable, but collectively they have so much energy and you really are incredibly tired, even after the three hours I was working in the afternoons! In my first week working with CAICC I gained quite a solid picture of the organisation and how it operates. However, I did get a shock on the first day as a kid broke a window by accident and I had to literally stop all of the kids crowding ...
... Vallejo from The Peru Reader (Jason).
After a full day of work, Hayden led an 8pm group session about the effect of personal biases and preconceptions on interactions with other cultures. Hayden read two fascinating articles that forced group members to examine their own deportment, beliefs, and cultural values from the lens of an outsider.
In one article, an anthropologist describes the native "Nacirema" culture and its obsessive body ...
... of the mind, the act of undifferentiated awareness or recognition. It simply registers any input, physical or mental. Perception is the act of recognition, which distinguishes, labels and categorizes the incoming data. The third part, sensation, is where much of our Vipassana experience was rooted. As soon as any input is received, a bodily sensation arises. So long as the input is not evaluated, the sensation remains neutral. But once a value is attached to the incoming data, ...
... Gasolina ✔
Very much better than the day before.
Finished off by finding a basic (cheap) hotel in San Hose los Chiquitos near the centro square. Not far to walk for beer and dinner. First stop for tea looked nice but no beer. Next door was better and from there we notice the nicely dressed Yemenite folk next door enjoying their sodas.
Of note was a very nicely restored church on the edge of the square.
Today's scenery was very similar to what ...
... a small town Torotoro which is famous for its dinosaur footprints. Unbeknownst to us before we got to Bolivia, the country is covered in dinosaur footprints, with one trail being the longest in the world. The town of Torotoro was very remote and from what we had read we weren't expecting any electricity or hot water. Luckily for us, our guide book is old, so the town has secured electricity and hot water since then, but still no wifi. We spent our first afternoon there searching ...