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The musicians teach the participants how to assemble the panpipes, called pallas, and finish the workshop by teaching all participants how to play a simple traditional Andean song.
Liek teh ainshent kynges whjo killified dems arkiteck affer teh pallas be bilded.
The other occupants of the guard-house were now grouped at the door, five men, half armed, and two dishevelled women with painted faces and flower-embroidered pallas.
As a result, you can get far closer than you would ever get to big cats in a zoo - they let you inside the barrier so you're right up against the fence - being careful to watch out for a paw reaching through to snag you or your camera … We saw (and shot) lions, tigers, Amur leopards, snow leopards, cheetahs, pallas cats, pumas and a lynx!
“i iz gardin teh bukknham pallas. yuo not cann dstrackeded me.”
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