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... but after looking for it, my lack of Spanish began to haunt me. After asking 'Que piso es la museo de Nacion' to several people, I didn't come close to understanding the response. Expecting a number, I received some other form of explanation. After viewing some modern art (not really my thing) we did however go to Piso 7 to see a shocking exhibition of the troubles of the Shining Path and MRTA between 1980-2000. I never realised such troubles even ...
... though we know more and more about how to manipulate, we have lost all sense of the meaning of our world. The left hemisphere's world is reflexive, refers us back internally, not outwards to the embodied world. IT does not care to turn its attention to the world outside the window, where, whatever it says on the piece of paper, Lieutenant Kizhe is a fraud.
... each more than the new price for normal tickets, we decided to do that. By this point we were getting close to departure time so quickly went to print our tickets, at which time we established that the ******* useless woman at the ticket desk had written Nicky's name down as "British Tibbs"... Peruvian women!! After much head-shaking and tutting, they managed to sort it out and we just about got our plane to the Amazon city of Iquitos - the largest city in the world inaccessible by ...
... temperature too. Back towards the shopping centre and the Marriott was a park and cliffs looking right over the ocean. We ran for a good 35-40minutes. Not a bad effort at all considering we haven't been exercising much other than walking and beach football a few weeks ago in Rio. I lost the girls a few times. I'm too fast apparently, not a bad problem I say. Thankfully the path is straight and easy to keep track of each other. Wild hate ...
... preserves (with banana, peanuts, and plenty of other delicious blends), and chocolate piscos (with additional flavours such as chili!).
We went to the nearby, massive Wong supermarket for dinner supplies, and happened upon their 2nd anniversary celebrations. This consisted of a plethora of tastings (cheeses, meats, chocolate cake, juices, soft drinks and more), as well as Chinese dragon dancing to drums and gongs throughout the ...