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DAY 15

 

25 April

2010 Lake Atitlán, Guatemala

 

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Dalian

China

2010

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Lake Atitlán, Guatemala, it is the deepest lake in Central America. One of the most beautiful lakes in the world and is Guatemala's most important national and international tourist attraction. Aldous Huxley wrote of it in his 1934 travel book Beyond the Mexique Bay: "Lake Como, it seems to me, touches on the limit of permissibly picturesque, but Atitlán is Como with additional embellishments of several immense volcanoes. It really is too much of a good thing.” We went here in 2010 to visit my extremely strange and amazing friend from my New Orleans days in the early 1970s, Dell. I wrote up this trip a decade ago; ‘Dell and life in general’ https://neuage.me/2014/08/06/dell-and-life-in-general/ with lots of photos (including photos of a very peculiar house he built overlooking lake Atitlán), and of his art that you would have to see and read about and still not believe plus stories of our time in Guatemala. Hey, we are all home in isolation what else is there to do but read stuff? He died in a strange and tragic accident soon after our visit. Here's to you Del...

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DAY 16

Udon Thani, Thailand

 

2018

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Udon Thani, Thailand. This photo is from the night of the full-moon festival (Koh Phangan) we went to October 2019. See our video of this festival at http://tiny.cc/he4pnz (the bear I am holding is from the day I was adopted, age 3 - October 1950).

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DAY 17

2009

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DAY 18

Waikiki, Hawaii

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On our first trip out of Australia together June 2002 when we move to New York, we stopped here so I could show Narda where I lived 1969-1972 & again 1980 – 1981.

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DAY 19

Guggenheim Museum

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This Guggenheim Museum is the only Guggenheim Museum in the world that has a dog (puppy – made of flowers no less) guarding it.

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DAY 20

The equator not far from Quito in Ecuador.

 

Photo 2011

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The equator not far from Quito in Ecuador (2005). I am holding my aunt's passport from the 1930 see passport images: cover, inside cover, inside discription, visa, photo. The camera I am holding is my father's from the 1950s. The tie click to the right and below. Click on image above for full size.

 

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DAY 21

Times Square

NYC

Photo 2005

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