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26th December 2011
wake up your saints
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she said you're right it's a living but you're wrong for the life, you know you never should've listened to my father's advice
i had reasons to dislike cuenca, my first stop in ecuador after arriving from peru. it would rain very heavily each afternoon, i couldn't withdraw money from the atms and everything pretty much closed on a sunday. plus i saw arsenal play out a disappointing draw with fulham in a pub there... hey that's a legitimate reason in my mind. anyways i didn't dislike it. this was mainly because when i first went out walking around, i stopped near the central plaza to photograph some street art. a security guard came over and suggested i enter his building which contained a beautiful courtyard, this saintly wall, and three rooms of art installations. he then gave me a map which pinpointed other random art installations around the city. in a short moment this unknown city had shown itself to be friendly, beautiful and arty - which put me in a good mood for the rest of the day. well, up until the football and wet weather washed it away.

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26/12/2011
wake up your saints
i had reasons to dislike cuenca, my first stop in ecuador after arriving from peru. it would rain very heavily each afternoon, i couldn't withdraw money from the atms and everything pretty much closed on a sunday. plus i saw arsenal play out a disappointing draw with fulham in a pub there... hey that's a legitimate reason in my mind. anyways i didn't dislike it. this was mainly because when i first went out walking around, i stopped near the central plaza to photograph some street art. a security guard came over and suggested i enter his building which contained a beautiful courtyard, this saintly wall, and three rooms of art installations. he then gave me a map which pinpointed other random art installations around the city. in a short moment this unknown city had shown itself to be friendly, beautiful and arty - which put me in a good mood for the rest of the day. well, up until the football and wet weather washed it away.

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