The first thing I felt when I returned from the jungle was a paralysis of willpower. I didn’t shower, stayed in bed dozing, staring into space, remembering the rivers and streams I’d swum in and the places where I’d slept in Vaupés. I still felt like I was rocking in my hammock in the perpetu…
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