El Buen Mochilero Backpackers Hostel
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... it looks certainly liked European structures vibe in that spot.
the fews stop by museums...
1. Bodega and Quadra Museum
2. Peruvian Literature House - Desamparados train station
3. San Francisco Church and Convent and do not wanted to go in the museum
4 La Muralla Park
the times goes fast....already started the sunset...back to hotel.
Early to bed!
... memorable. Aguadito de Pollo. Rice, cilantro, peas and spicy aji, all boiled together with... chicken feet. Yes. Feet. Not legs. FEET. I didn't really know what to do with them so ate around them until, on Ricardo's encouragement, I manned up and stuck the foot in my mouth and waited. Do I chew? Swallow? Can you swallow a foot? How will my stomach cope with a foot? That's some serious digestion. I don't like this. It is slimy and wet and all I can think of is "I have a foot in my ...
... the beautiful parks within the city. We also took a bus to the coast about 20 mins away and went to a lovely little town called Barranco.
We decided to catch a flight to a town called Tumbes in the north and start to explore Peru!.
See you there!
... to produce highly complex outcomes. Not infrequently their behaviour is intrinsically unpredictable and unknowable (the simple double pendulum - one pendulum attached to the bottom of another - is a classical example of 'chaotic dynamics'). The old, fallacious belief that the behaviour of all systems was fundamentally predictable arose because the systems studied were abstracted from their real world complexity and studied very close to equilibrium, where the parts ...
I know, I know--it has been a long while since I have blogged about my latest exploits. I warned you all, my faithful readers (and by that I mean my aunt Doris), that I would not always post everything in real time. Well, I took a break from many things during the month of August as I transitioned to Lima, and blogging was just a part of that break. I took a bit of a vacation from my vacation if you will. At the ...