Hospedaje San Antonio
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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So ... One year ago today I took on the greatest challenge of my life: to travel. And I'm still alive. What a way to celebrate my anniversary - travelling from Costa Rica to Peru. So in one day I have done three countries as I had a 7 hour pay over ...
... We arrived to Ricky's apartment and he was there waiting for us. Strange catching up with Indonesia childhood friends from 20 years ago, but my childhood memory of him made Ricky seem much taller, ha sure he thought the same about me. Once again stepping off a bus and 20+ hours of traveling, our stenchy bodies deserved a massive showers. We thought the best way to get reacquainted was over a local Miraflores seafood joint, Punto Azul. We indulged in beers, Piscos, ceviche ...
... beim täglichen Taxifahren benötigt er um die Medikamente bezahlen zu können die seine Frau benötigt. Er zeigte mir Fotos von seiner Familie und erzählte mir seine ganze Lebensgeschichte in Kurzfassung auf dem Weg zur Ruine. Für mich ist es immer wieder interessant einen Einblick in das Leben von andere Menschen bekommen zu können. So bekommt man auch ein gutes Verständnis für das Soziale Leben der Leute vor Ort. In Huaca ...
... from the ancient South American cultures such as the Incas, but the main draw card of the museum is the extensive and very explicit collection of erotic pots. What is an erotic pot, I hear you ask? Well, the Incas depicted their sex practices on the clay pots they used to carry water. And they had some weird practices. The weirdest one, in my opinion, was having sex with skeletons. All of the ancient South American cultures revered the dead, and having sex with them was ...
... main cemeteries. A short drive down the hill delivered us to the cemetery gates. Antonio bought some red roses from one of the many sellers just outside to lay at the graveside of a relative of his. As soon as we stepped beyond the gate, I gasped for I had never seen anything like it and it was wholly beautiful. In Lima, they do not bury their dead in the earth underground, but rather build individual funerary boxes upwards, five or six high and in neverending rows, accounting for ...