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Our guide also recommended eating lots of garlic, apparently it good for altitude sickness too. We didn even get bit once in the jungle, but also wore full length trousers and long sleeve t shirts when on expeditions which I think was a sensible precaution.Cusco is a lovely town although the truth is there is not much to do there and I think you can see the main sights in 1 day. It main purpose beyond that seems to be a staging post for people trekking to Machu Pichu or exploring the surrounding area.On 2 of our nights there we ate at “cicciolina” and “MAP” both are guide book favourites and we enjoyed them thoroughly (think Peruvian food with an intl twist). There are loads of agencies and people on the streets offering various excursions.I saw an SAS office and as the name was familiar booked a 4hr horse riding trip through the surrounding countryside and Inca sites for 1 day, and a full day sacred valley guided bus tour for another. For 2 people the 2 trips were around $80 which was excellent value.The altititude sickness did start to affect us in Cusco (more for me than my girlfriend). It really is true that your susceptibility to it is not directly correlated to fitness.I go to the gym 3 4 times a week and consider myself very fit but found absolutely anything hard work. A 15 metre walk at anything more that a slow pace would leave me out of breath, and walking to the toilet seemed a chore. I also had headaches and on our first night projectile vomitted our dinner once back in the hotel room. Me and my gf had exactly the same meal so I don think it was the food but rather that digesting it was proving to be too much like hard work at the altitude so my body rejected it.The inca trail was absolutely fantastic, the scenery as you walk through the Andes is just stunning and we felt privileged to be there. We booked this with toms shoes wedges sale .

Overall this was a good experience and I think I would recommend them as an operator (one of the guides told me that Peru Treks, SAS, Condor, Llama Path and a couple of others I dont remember were all good operators).Well organised, the food was absolutely excellent (congrats to the chef) and the guides good fun and knowledgable.Peru treks claim they use their sleeping bags something like 15 times before replacing them. I can promise you the sleeping bags we rented had seen a lot more use than that.On the 3rd and 4th day they provided us with boiled water for drinking (prior to that possible to buy bottled along the trail) but this had a really bad taste. I think because they were boiling water and while hot they were putting it into a large plastic container from which they poured it into our drinking bottles. Chemicals/residue from the plastic was dissolving into the water). It was pretty nasty stuff.. There were biting insects around on the 2nd and third nights and also at Machu Pichu. I think they are little fly like rather than mosquitoes. On altitide sickness we did spend 3 nights in Cusco as mentioned above so were reasonably well adapted by the time we started the trail, although on the 2nd day (the hardest, where you go over the dead womans pass at 4,200m) I did get a very bad headache in the afternoon and had to lie down in the tent as soon as we got the campsite at about 2.30 and I stayed there for about 6hrs. Taking an ibuprofen pill really helped but initially didn take one as I felt so bad I thought I might throw it up. Finally we spent a day in Lima, as I written an awful lot above wont go into detail but I would echo many of the comments made here in that there is not much tosee in Lima. If you have a day by all means visit it but if you don then you wont have missed much. We walked around Miraflores, took a taxi and walked around the Barranca district and took a 3hr guided bus tour of the city on our day there but weren that impressed. It is very gray, very busy and very heavily polluted.

I will be in Cusco for 4 weeks this summer doing a History of the Andean Region study program. Will have class Mon Fri and will have some field trips and day trips. My husband and I are older but everyone else in our group will be younger college students. I assume casual clothing will be the norm 99% of the time but I am wondering about temperatures during the day and night in Cusco. I just returned from Peru and you might wish to know that they do NOT wear shorts. They dress in nice slacks and pressed shirts. It was so obvious who the Americans were by they casual dress. I was embarrassed by the short cutoffs some younger visitors were wearing. As far as shoes, you will be walking a lot!! The streets are stones and uneven. Good walking shoes are a must. You will be there during Peru winter. But you don need a heavy jacket instead, pack layers. A fleece plus an outer shell (Gore tex or similar) is good. With layers, you might be down to shirt sleeves at noon, then towards the end of the day, add an outer shirt, then the fleece, and add the outer jacket after dark. It may get down to freezing at night, and you might want a warm hat gloves on the IT at night. You could just buy an alpaca sweater instead of packing a fleece!. Cusco, the majestic capital of the ancient Inca Empire, draws throngs of tourists every year. But the narrow streets by opulent temples and grand cathedrals only a faint glimpse into the city’s storied past.

In its nearly 900 year history, Cusco withstood the rise and fall of Incas. And when the Spanish conquistadors invaded the capital in 1533, Cusco reinvented itself as a flourishing Spanish city built on the Inca’s foundations. Cusco no longer dwells in the shadow of Lima, Peru’s capital city. Having experienced a boom in tourism over the last few decades, Cusco now acts as the primary stepping stone to South America’s greatest spectacle: Machu Picchu. For hundreds of years, the fabled “lost city of the Incas” remained undisturbed by humans. Then, in the early 20th century, American explorer Hiram Bingham came across Machu Picchu’s fabled ruins, unveiling one of the most impressive architectural feats of the ancient world. Today, thousands make the pilgrimage from Cusco and theSacred Valley to Machu Picchu. But before making your expedition to the breathtaking ruins, take some time to admire the splendors found right in Cusco proper. Cusco’s culture is best seen during its lively outdoor festivals, when thousands of revelers gather to celebrate fiestas like the Festival of the Sun and to dance to pre Columbian music. In terms of religion, approximately 80 percent of Cusco’s population is RomanCatholic; however, a variety of other religions are practiced. The dress code here is generally casual. Pack plenty of waterproof clothing and sturdy hiking shoes, and don’t forget warm layers as the high altitude ushers in cooler temperatures at night. Also, Cusco’s streets are cobbled, so you’ll want to bring comfortable walking shoes for exploring the city by day and participating in the lively night scene after dark. Also, as you’re wandering Cusco, remember to keep your wits about you.

The official language of Peru is Spanish, but you’ll hear a mingling of Spanish, Aymara, and Quechua (the official language of the Inca Empire). Cusco Quechua is its own distinct dialect, which varies greatly from Quechua spoken in other regions in Peru. Valencia is a legit company with staff members who will help you prior to the trip by answering any questions you may have. The toll free number to reach them is a nice touch and was very helpful when I needed to get in touch with them. Their list of things to bring is very helpful. The one thing I regret taking that was on the list was a sleeping mat. The one they provide you was more then plenty unless you have specific needs. All of the campsites are flat and comfortable to sleep on. The hotel they set you up in is close to the main plaza and nice (I would recommend asking for an upstairs room). The tours they offer as optional were worth taking since you get to see a lot more in a short period of time (make sure to confirm meeting time for pick up, as mentioned in other reviews, there’s a time of pick up that was different from the start time of tour). Now the main part, the trekking of the Inca Trail was PERFECTLY organized and an amazing experience. For those looking for a company who treats their porters well, I can sincerely say that the Valencia porters were the most well equipped in their hiking gear in comparison to the other groups we saw on the trail. All were provided with hiking shoes, proper clothing, etc. It was surprising to see some other groups traveling in sandals while carrying such a heavy load. The porters were so sweet and impressive and the 2 chefs on our team made amazing food every night. They even accommodated 3 different types of dietary needs of the group. AMAZING! Our 2 guides, Victor and Lea were so personable and knowledgeable that we all learned so much from them. Victor told the Inca history with such passion, it was like having story time.

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This has been taken care of now. My Gram back in the hospital, she has something that coined belly and the medical procedures she had have not been cutting it. Alright, so the first lovely picture of all those fruits and veggies is to represent Goal 1, which is to eat 4 servings of fruit and veg a day AND to try a new fruit! This new fruit being a kiwi. I know that governments and health professionals say that you should be getting 5 8 servings a day, but lets remember here, baby steps. Secondly (Goal 2), I want to get my mind back on track. Quite a few people out there will scoff at this idea and simply say an excuse, you just need to eat better and exercise more There was a time when I would agree with that statement, but that changed after I read Jillian Michael By Losing One third of that book is concentrated on SELF, ie. YOU! and what going through YOUR head. Ever tried to do anything in a room straight out of the TV show Hoarders? Didn think so. Well, my brain feels like one of those rooms from Hoarders, so quite frankly, that needs to be addressed. Goals 3 4 are carried over from last week. You see a small thermometer to the right in the collage, well, that going to slowly fill up as the pounds come off, so it is going to be showing up over and over again. Finally Goal 5 is to run three times this week as I did it twice this past week. So considering I not in England anymore, I thought perhaps I could make my blog look a little bit different and start a new theme/topic. The new theme/topic being my struggle to lose 40 I sure that like me, everyone out there has tried diet after diet and quite honestly I have to say none of them have worked.

I mean Paleo, Atkins, no junk food, whatever, by the time I reach my goal (the period of time I said I do that diet) I am so sick of it that I race to McDonalds for a chicken nugget meal I dash to Walmart to grab all my favourite junk. Diets, to me at least, are not a way to live. So welcome, to what I calling the journey. The aim of this is to eat healthy, but incorporate that bad food in small portions. Each week I going to post on my goals, my progress, and interesting things I found out on my journey. The ultimate deadline for the 40lb. Alright, so here we go! Firstly, out of everyone I know, I hate change the most, especially when it means working my butt off and being in pain. Don get me wrong, there nothing like the feeling of muscles being a little sore after lifting weights, but I not a big fan of my lungs burning from cardio. However, the goal is to prove what Sheldon saying as wrong and not only is this change fine, but it good. Now we move onto Goal 1, to exercise 5 times this week, has to be for 30 minutes or it doesn count. Move on over to the top right picture, Goal 2: to make my own lunches/dinners and NOT eat any fast food of any kind. Just a little blurb on those containers though, they are AMAZING!!!! The ice pack snapsonto the containers, and all the little containers can stack on top of each other. On top of that, the snack containers have measurements so you know exactly how much food you putting in them. They have salad containers and sandwich containers (more on that some time this week). Goal 3, to complete the Mad Abs March challenge that I was able to find on Pinterest awhile back. Goal 4 is going to be similar just about every month, but it to lose 8lb. This month, running about 2lb. Per week.

I have been back in Canada for 6 months now, and I hit a particularly awful patch in my life. I honestly couldn pin point what the exact problem is, but my best guess is that its got something to do with not knowing what next. The idea was to start a PhD at the University of Salford in January, however, a fear of an overwhelmingly large debt scared me off that idea. That and getting bizarrely sick. The worry is that I get sick part way through and will be unable to finish, and end up broke with nothing to show for it. I also have extreme anxiety about having to start over all over again. All of this has been swimming through my head, and because of it, I been in a funk lately. I know my Professors are waiting on me, but I can hardly think about my future without having a mental breakdown every time. I said over and over again, I need a vacation, but honestly, I JUST had one obviously didn solve anything or by any means assist in my decision making process. I am so unhappy right now, and that kills me. What days of the week does the British postal system work?10. What do the British call gasoline?PART 2 It all about me. 1. I believe in a thing called love, just listen to the rhythm of my heart2. I need somebody with a human touch, hey you always on the run3. Open your eyes, look up to the skies and see, I just a poor boy, I need no sympathy4. You not as brave as you were at the start, rate yourself and rake yourself5. I heard that you settled down, that you found a girl and you married now6. I feeling sexy and free, like glitter raining on me7. I thought I was a fool for no one, but ooh baby I a fool for you8.

Firstly on the basics, I booked everything myself using the internet/email/phone and didn use a travel agent at all. This was I could design the trip exactly how I wanted, was responsible for the trip (no travel agent to blame!) and importantly saved a substantial amount of money this way. I bought 2 guidebooks and used the internet and some brochures for help. From London we flew via Miami with BA and then Miami Lima with LAN (booked separately). Internal flights in Peru were booked with LAN over the phone using the OneWorld alliance “visit south america” pass pricing structure. I had a bit of trouble with this as the LAN agent didn seem to know it existed and was quoting different (higher) prices. However I persevered and even spelled out the URL of the web address and she eventually agreed to look into it and called me back later with the good news. I am not sure if I had booked through the local LAN website (which some people seem to have had success doing) would have been cheaper, but vs LANs intl web pricing the OneWorld pass was definitely the best option.. Overall I found Peru to be a beautiful country, the Andes and the jungle are amazing and its people (despite being very poor) are on the whole genuinely friendly and welcoming. We (couple) spoke very basic Spanish butgot along just fine, most people speak English and I think that even if you don speak any Spanish at all it not a problem. In terms of safety not once did we feel vulnerable. I had taken one of those secret pouches you wrap around your waist but didn use it even once.Visiting the Amazon jungle was a great experience, just the wildlife and the complete change of surroundings was really refreshing. Insect repellant is a must and we used Ultrathon which apparently is used by the special forces and it worked great (a bit greasy though and slight burning sensation when you first put it on but I think all deet products are like that).

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Japanese men and women are loudly slurping noodles and chopsticking little bits of fish and eel and seaweed and pickled vegetables. All the signs are in kanji, the Japanese pictographs, , and I can’t find a soul who speaks English. I never thought I’d be so desperate for a Starbucks.This is my little “Lost in Translation” moment. I’ve momentarily been overwhelmed with culture shock, that disquieting sensation of being a clueless stranger in an exceedingly strange land. I haven’t felt this way in quite a long time, and I flatter myself that it’s because I’ve become a sophisticated man of the world, instantly at home everywhere from a Michelin three star restaurant to a smoky Marrakesh souk.But the truth is that they make it so damn easy for us thesedays. Globalization, the adoption of English as the world’s second language and the eagerness of hotels and restaurants around the globe to cater to Western (read: American) tastes have combined to ensure we rarely feel greatly out of place, or out of sorts, anymore.Whether this is good or bad depends on your perspective. Those traveler/tourist comparisons are often tired and fatuous, but perhaps in this case one is apt:Travelers, I think, tend to feel exhilarated by culture shock, tourists a little freaked out.If you exult in it, Japan is hard to beat. Its culture is at once ancient and futuristic, and it rarely alters its ways to suit Western tourists. Relatively few people speak English. You adjust to Japan, rather than vice versa.About the only place I saw English used consistently was on T shirts worn by young people, and (as Japanophiles here are well aware) this was a weird, jabberwocky form of English. “Don’t mess with juicy,” read one shirt. “Hurry up the cakes,” read another.After a while, I began to collect these slogans in my journal.

They were, I thought, a peculiarly addictive form of poetry:”Why waste lucky?””Oh my goodness. Don’t scully me.””Mischievous blue rabbit skunk.”(My guess is that if a Japanese speaker saw the kanji characters tattooed on ankles and shoulder blades all over America, he’d find them equally nonsensical.)Like most first time visitors, I could never get the hang of the slipper ritual. The Japanese don’t wear shoes indoors; they switch into slippers. But it’s never that simple: There’s one type of slipper for hallways, another for bathrooms. Some hotels have a third type for lobbies and dining rooms.None fit me. Ever. With my size 10 feet, I felt like , with my heels always hanging off the back. At least once a day I’d forget the slippers altogether and stride into a restaurant or hotel lobby in my mud spattered hiking shoes. The Japanese were much too polite to yell at me, but they can convey more with a wince than a longshoreman can with a bout of Tourette’s syndrome.You’re constantly switching slippers. Even in restrooms where the toilet is less than 2 feet from the doorway, you’re expected to step out of your hallway slippers and into the rubber bathroom slippers. The Japanese do this with a graceful pirouette; they like to leave their hallway slippers pointing out, like a driver who backs into a parking space to ensure a quick exit. I could always find my slippers; they were the ones pointing the opposite direction from everyone else’s.Things hit bottom when, at a relatively fancy resort hotel in the Kii Mountains, I walked into the dining room full of hearty good cheer and saw everyone wince in unison. I looked down at my feet: Yup, I was wearing my toilet slippers.If all this sounds like an ordeal, it wasn’t. Just the opposite.

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Rip travels twenty years forward in time enough for many significant social and personal changes, but not enough time to completely sever all ties between Rip and his new society. Most people do not know who Rip is, and many of the people he knew are gone, but there are still a few old people who remember Rip, and ease his transition into a new social system.Wells’ War of the Worlds, who travels much farther in time to a completely different, inhuman society that is impossible to reconcile with his present notions of society and humanity. Rip van Winkle’s eventual seamless integration into society highlights the key semantic difference between “displacement” and “expulsion”.Displacement almost implies a temporary, nonbinding movement, toms wedges zappos a shift that is possible to reverse. Displacement always leaves the possibility of replacement.On the contrary, expulsion implies permanence and irreversibility once one is kicked out, one cannot return. An optimistic portrayal of a displaced individual, Rip van Winkle, for a short time, becomes a stranger in his own land.Like most displaced people, Rip was uprooted from his community by a force outside of his control, and moved to sleep in the Kaatskill Mountains, a seldom visited area on the fringes of normal society. As he returns to regular society, Rip struggles with issues of self and identity, as “he doubted his own identity, and whether he was himself or another man” (Irving 819).Throughout his ordeal, Rip remains a fundamentally static character. He does not change significantly, instead preferring to let the world change around him.

In a perverse reversal of the common displaced persons paradigm, it is almost as if Rip’s world, instead of Rip himself is displaced. Washington Irving achieves this effect by focusing the narrative exclusively on Rip for the entire length of the piece. By keepingRip in the foreground of the story, his static, unchanging image is further amplified and contrasted to the shifting background and supporting cast he encounters. With his painless return to the mainstream, Rip VanWinkle challenges the theory of displaced peoples presented so far, because the borders of society form a porous membrane instead of an impregnable wall for him, and he is able to reassimilate with ease. However, this is due largely to the fact that little has truly changed around Rip, as he even “recognized on the sign, however, the ruby face of King George” (Irving 817), albeit in different clothes. The reason that Rip can comeback into the center of society with such a startling lack of violence is that he has only been displaced on a superficial level. Displacement, whether it is social, economic, or physical, removes its victims from the democratic process. It is no wonder then that most displaced individuals want to return to the world they lived in, oust the interloper than displaced them, and retake their rightful place in the center of whatever social systems they existed in before the displacement. For some this is simply not an option. Unlike the culture jammers for whom return from exile is only a billboard away, or Rip Van Winkle, who finds solace in his family and old friends, some displaced individuals have been uprooted by greater forces than cannot easily be reversed. Denied the ability to reenter society democratically, some social elements create their own societies on the fringes that equal,if not surpass, their more mainstream counterparts.Such is the case with the urban poor in many cities, including Mumbai, as demonstrated in Arjun Appadurai’s “Deep Democracy”.

Instead, they take the only other option and, through alliance and adaptation, create a shadow society on the fringe, in the underbelly of the city, a meta democracy in its own right. Some coalitions of the displaced such as the Alliance backed into a corner by politics and economics turn the tables and displace the concepts of politics and economics themselves. Rejecting the system that betrayed them, these groups forge new structures in the realms of politics and economics that transcend and supersede the mainstream. Traditional political parties fail to adequately represent the very poor, so the Alliance is formed to achieve “the politicization of the urban poor that is fundamentally populist and anti expert in strategy and flavor” (Appadurai 28). This political strategy eliminates the elite political experts and influential politicians that form the backbone of traditional political power and replaces them with a more populist, democratic system. By refusing to cater to a specific political party and “deliver the poor as a vote bank to any politicalparty of candidate” (Appadurai 28), the Alliance establishes itself an alternative political force that cannot be defined by traditional party politics and further reinforces the concept of its constituents as a pluralist multitude of individuals as Hardt and Negri define it in Multitude, and not a mob with a single leadership at its head. Rejected by traditional financial systems that favor the rich and middle class while leaving the poor in poverty, the Alliance constructs its own. By encouraging small individual savings, and implementing small microcredit loans, the Alliance creates banking systems where none previously existed.

Appadurai describes groups of extremely poor, extremely disenfranchised individuals banding together in order to improve the living conditions of the group as whole. They are slum dwellers, “citizens without a city” (Appadurai 26). The natural tendency of any displaced population is to attempt to regain its place and return to the mainstream from the fringes it has been pushed to. This is not an option for the millions of Mumbai’s poor. Those rejected by traditional banks because of poor credit are embraced by the Alliance. With its own political and financial devices, the Alliance creates a society within a society, a highly developed, growing, almost organic social order of the multitude.. Groups such as the Alliance are the culture jammers of finance and politics. Feeling disenfranchised and overpowered, they take over traditional, mainstream politics and adapt it to their own, invariably more democratic purposes. At its simplest level, the action of displaced people can be reduced to an evolutionary fight or flight response. Thrown out of familiar surroundings by natural or unnatural forces beyond their control, displaced people invariably try to fight for their place in society or, if fighting is impossible, retreat from society and construct their own. Almost always, the movement of displaced groups and individuals involves retreat from the mainstream to the fringes of society, where they can exist without constant tension with established, powerful political and economic systems.Often, but not always, disenfranchised, disenchanted, displaced groups turn to democracy and populism as a way to gain power through numbers and fight back against the established social order.

These culturally, politically and economically displaced groups strive to deconstruct the mainstream and regain prominence. However, with the ability to topple the mainstream there is always the danger of becoming themainstream, and in turn displacing other, weaker groups. Much like the major corporations have co opted the techniques of adbusters to appeal to a young, rebellious audience, the greatest danger for any fringe group is assimilation and commoditization rather than all our eradication. Regardless of the dangers, displaced people from even the farthest, almost unreachable fringes of society such as poor Mexican illegal immigrants inAmerica and poorer migrant workers in Africa still maintain a remarkable amount of agency. With technologies such as e mail and widespread phone service allowing unprecedented levels of communication and collaboration, it is becoming easier for disenfranchised minority groups to create democratic alliances and countermeasures that rival those of powerful, entrenched systems. In the future, as fringe groups such as culture jammers in Toronto, slum dwellers in Mumbai, and even terrorists in Riyadh move towards even more federated, cell based structures, traditional, unified, monolithic social constructs can expect an even greate onslaught that will, in due time, displace them and push them to the fringe, restarting the cycle of displacement.Get ready for a monumental Friday my people. This week’s Bad Bitch of the Week is none other than str8 killa Christina de la Cruz. This Ethiopian/Filipino beauty hailing from Toronto is a student, a professional dancer and a hip hop head. Not to mention girly is on her 24/7 grind and that’s somethin’ we’re obviously into.

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