In trying to write this blog in English I hope finally able to start jabber a few words in this language. I will mobilise various tools for that my text be in accordance with the rules of grammar and spelling. Thanks for your corrections and comments.

Saturday, January 3, 2009

Intismar


Coastal city in South America, former seaside resort that the Incas appreciated very much. They came to bathe in cold water in March. Flourishing industries of pan flutes and parasols made with llama's hairs. Some archeological evidence of intense fair activity. 
Incas appear to have loved ghost trains and Smarties.

Ville côtière d’Amérique du sud, ancienne station balnéaire très appréciée des incas, ils venaient s’y baigner dans l’eau froide au mois de mars. Florissante industrie de flûtes de pan et de parasols en poils de lama. Quelques vestiges archéologiques témoignent d’une intense activité foraine, tout porte à penser que les incas adoraient les trains fantômes et les Smarties. 

29 comments:

Momo said...

J'ai toutes les peines du monde à écrire la version anglaise.

"Coastal city in South America, ancient seaside resort very liked by the Incas, they would had come swimming in cold water in March. Flourishing industry of pan flutes and umbrellas of llama's coat. Some archaeological evidence of intense activity fair, there is evidence that the Incas worshiped the ghost train and Smarties".

La situation est critique !

doreus said...

Let's see... you were really really close. Just a little tweaking:

Coastal city in South America, former seaside resort that the Incas appreciated very much. They came to bathe in cold water in March. Flourishing industries of pan flutes and parasols made with llama's hairs.
Some archeological evidence of intense fair activity. Incas appear to have loved ghost trains and Smarties.

Momo said...

Ho, thank you, Doreus !

I'll put it immediately.

doreus said...

Good imagination work. What colour Smarties was their favourite?

Momo said...

All colours, I suppose. The archeologic researchs are not enough advanced on this point.

doreus said...

And I thought that with all the preservatives they put in candies that they would have survived all this time!

Momo said...

Probably. Smarties were the base of incas' diet.

doreus said...

That would explain a lot...

Momo said...

Yes, but that's not all. There is an Inca's syncretic ethnic group employed the Smarties to build very original buildings (in Canada)

krn said...

I notice that you chose of speaking about samrties by darkening completely the importance of ghosts trains.

Momo said...

Yes, Krn, you are right, could you remember us what was them relationship with ghost's trains ?

krn said...

There are already very serious studies on smarties, their colors and their size.

krn said...

Really, Intismar means "Intimate Smarties"
It is easy to guess that smarties were eatable by Incas alone together in ghosts trains, in the dark.
It was an essential rite of the love relation at the Incas.

krn said...

Later, they were going to sleep because the darkness had given them sleep.

Momo said...

Thank you, doctor krn, for your valuable contribution.

Indeed, we have found a lot smarties on Intismar's archeological sites, specially into the places where was the ghost trains. Incas, did believe that Smarties was aphrodisiac.

krn said...

I fell like them.
The darkness makes me sleep.
Good night, Momo, my favorite Inca.

Momo said...

Good night, krn.

krn said...

I hope they are not aphrodisiac !
I ate the whole box... and I am alone.

Momo said...

:-)

krn said...

After investigation, it turns out that only the blue smarties was aphrodisiac.

Now, further to the tendency health and well-being of the consumers, the group Nestlé Rowntrees decided in June, 2006 to replace the colouring agents of Smarties by natural substitutes.

There is no blue natural substitute.

The aphrodisiac, blue smarties, thus disappeared.

What is your prefered color of smarties Momo?

Momo said...

I like all Smarties' colors, krn, actually I like particularly what happen between each colors.

Usually, I'm more intersted what happens between things than things themself.

Hug

krn said...

Thus you think that there is an interaction with smarties?

I do not feel the same thing in front of all the colors and it is the same thing for smarties.

I need different colours in a week.

Momo said...

Me too, krn, but if you see some yellow near to green, your mood will different if you see some yellow near to blue. This is a question of interaction. But I like very much your way of eat the Smarties in depending of colors. To tell the truth, I didn't eat Smarties since my childhood. Maybe I'll eat Smarties again, specially if you said me that they have natural colorant.

krn said...

I believe in colortherapy, Momo. Before, I was only in blue. Now, I learnt to use all the colours.

Momo said...

Yes, I know, I read it in your blog.

krn said...

Certain doctors use colored filters to look after patients for whom nothing else worked.

I began to read the book " be cured by the color " on this subject but it is rather difficult to understand all.

krn said...

Good night, Momo.
I am going to sleep in my blue sheets.

Momo said...

There are so much therapy around the world, I tried many of them ... but, until today, there is only one which work a little bit.

Momo said...

Good night, krn. I wish you sweet dreams in your blue sheets.