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... it's Monday. Apparently this is not uncommon in Peru. The second session was better as we started with about 15, 5 of which were mine. So I was able to start my class with the students there. By the end of the session, I had 8 students total, with some students coming 20-30 minutes late. The lesson went well for the most part, though the language barrier is difficult. We did not get a translator ...
... this. At 6 we met Debbie and Paul (Auckland) and organised a taxi to take us to the water fountain park. It is a public park where they have created about 12 fountains all with different lights and tricks. It was great fun especially for all the children playing in the interactive fountains. At 7:15 there was show at the worlds largest fountain park with music and laser light effects. It was quite cool but really it was just ...
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The flight was smooth and easy. And I lucked out with very nice "row mates!"
Customs and baggage pickup was equally smooth so felt like I was in a taxi in record time.
The drive to Miraflores was beautiful. There was a beautiful fog that left a silver mist over Lima that, with the lights of the city, created a ghostly (and romantic) view. The drive along the Pacific Ocean shoreline for 20 minutes didn't hurt either. You could just ...
... the bones were put into groups- skulls, femurs, etc so they could count how many were buried there. We returned to the Hotel then wandered to some more markets then down the street finally getting dunch at 4:00. We walked down to the beach but you had to walk down a very steep cliff to get to the water and it is supposed to be cold-14 degrees C. Lots of surfers in water. Walked back to our hotel, pack up, 6:15 depart from hotel in ...
... was just wonderful. The beach is nothing spectacular but the cliffs of Miraflores overlooking the sea and the view of the city are still very beautiful. We also had time to visit a modern art museum with an exhibition of a Brazilian artist and photographer, Vik Muniz, and in the evening we ended up in a bar-restaurant in Barranco placed in an old wagon of a train: we spent the last few hours of the day sipping Pisco Sour, the national cocktail of Peru which we are already fond of; ...