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24th October 2011
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hummingbird just let me dive, inside the broken ovals of your olive eyes
in general on my trip i've tried to be relatively restrained in extravagant spending, if you discount the general trip itself. i haven't been staying in high class accommodation, or dining in fancy restaurants. i think the last occasion i splashed out more than normal was when i went skydiving in argentina - and that turned out to be one of the best trips of my life. a couple of weeks ago in nazca i shelled out almost $100 for a trip in a marginally bigger plane to see the nazca lines. apparently it was quite a bit cheaper a few years ago, although there was also a higher chance of the plane falling out of the sky back then as well. the experience was unique and amazing - there are hundreds of different patterns and geometric shapes, dating back around 1500 years, which are only visible from the air. how the ancient nazca civilisation created them without the modern ability to float above the ground is impressive to say the least. this is one of the many animals that are depicted in the lines, a hummingbird which is over 300 feet long.

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24/10/2011
the hummingbird
in general on my trip i've tried to be relatively restrained in extravagant spending, if you discount the general trip itself. i haven't been staying in high class accommodation, or dining in fancy restaurants. i think the last occasion i splashed out more than normal was when i went skydiving in argentina - and that turned out to be one of the best trips of my life. a couple of weeks ago in nazca i shelled out almost $100 for a trip in a marginally bigger plane to see the nazca lines. apparently it was quite a bit cheaper a few years ago, although there was also a higher chance of the plane falling out of the sky back then as well. the experience was unique and amazing - there are hundreds of different patterns and geometric shapes, dating back around 1500 years, which are only visible from the air. how the ancient nazca civilisation created them without the modern ability to float above the ground is impressive to say the least. this is one of the many animals that are depicted in the lines, a hummingbird which is over 300 feet long.

here's the original