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... new card games to each other on the international team gathered around the makeshift card table. We showed them how to play “golf” with the expected aim to get the lowest score out of each hand – it was quite fun, and when some of us went into Puerto Maldonado to get some lunch, those who remained behind played it non-stop until we returned about an hour and half later! Nomes and myself with one ...
... lest we should be captured by this fellow’s mates, killed and dragged down for their dinner.
On returning from the clay lick expedition we gathered for lunch and our afternoon activity was a visit to the mammal clay lick off in another direction through a section of brazil nut trees. This was always going to be hit and miss because for mammals and other creatures who may have been present, the clay lick is a luxury, not a necessity like it is for ...
... br> It was a delightful visit to a wonderful little farm, and one can easily imagine this setting being applicable to the words of the prophet Micah, when every man shall sit under his own vine and his own fig tree – reaping the benefits of an earth restored to balance, and farming sufficient for family and perhaps a small local supply – none of this "mega-farming" in these parts, nor will they be part of the agricultural economics (Nomes reckons none ...
... very young when I saw pictures in a book, so I was very excited to be there. It more than lived up to my expectations.
There are currently around 2000 people living on around 40 islands. Generally there is one family unit on each island. The first island we visited was inhabited by a family of 25 and they were very welcoming and showed us their tiny homes. Some of the reed dwellings had a small TV ...
Friday July 25th. Today is going to be interesting as we have a number of changes of tfansport to get us through to Peru and it will be along day. We are at the bus terminal early to get breakfast before our 9am bus leaves for Zumba which is supposedly 7 hours away. The bus is woefully slow but soon we realise just how long this ride is going to be when it stops for everyone on the die of the road and packs the bus as it shudders along the road. around 1pm it ...
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