Los Cerritos de Chaclacayo
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... excavations - it was beautiful, the scenic outlook and the food. We both had raw fish in a lime marinade as an entree and we both absolutely loved it. Tom had the beef stir-fry as an main and I had the fish on a bed of plantain (remember that Amazon computer game we used to have girls? Didn't we have to collect plantain?). We had yummy desserts and we also had complimentary Pisco Sour drinks - they were lovely. Now I understand why my mum raved about them about 39 years ...
... of opposites in our historical evolution. Rather, it is a matter of experiencing, suffering through, the struggle of opposites within our consciousness. We must in a sense undergo a kind of crucifixion, become a vessel through which the consciousness of our era, and of the future, works out its contradictions, within our minds and spirits, our bodies and souls. As Marie-Louise von Franz once put it, in the spirit of Jung and of Hegel, by suffering to the extreme under the ...
... it, because the water power is so low and turns out although cheese is fine, I'm still very much sensitive to dairy. Also good news is feeling much more relaxed in our hotel room with no rush to leave it despite initial half roll of toilet paper now used, thanks to listening to the strikes outside as we repack souvenirs getting ready to go to Cusco. Good luck to airport security if they want to open our bags and anyone who wants to great us at the airport. ...
... would never have sacrificed the apparent advantages of massively greater interconnectivity, unless there were a commanding advantage in, at the same time, keeping some things apart.
In conceiving and writing a book called The Master and his Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World, I spent twenty years amassing, studying and reflecting on whatever research I could find that concerned the difference between the brain hemispheres. This was not ...
... have over-nighted at the airport and that planes can normally take off in fog, we had been booked on the first flight out of Cusco. Unfortunately for our weary bodies, this meant a flight that left at 5:25am, which in turn meant being at the airport by 4:30 (way too early). The flight back to Lima was uneventful. We boarded on time and landed in Lima a little bit ahead of schedule. As part of our trip and because we were getting back into Lima so early, our travel agent ...