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5. Shopping Center Real Plaza (I refuse to shopping :()
6. La Recoleta Church
7. Francia Square of La Recoleta Square
8. San Martin Square
in the afternoon,
9. San Pedre Church
10. Central Bank Reserve Museum - BCR
11. La Merced Church
12. San Agustin Church
13. My favourite ...
... We walked down to the coast and walked along the Miraflores boardwalk to Barranco. Beautiful walk with great views along the coast. In Barranco we had a delicious seafood lunch at Canta Rana, it was very popular so we had a short wait. Grilled fish and garlic shrimp & crab were our meals and both were great. We then checked our Barranco Central Parque, a couple of churches and Barranco Boulevard. Headed back to Miraflores and ...
... bursting bladders and long walks home.
Work has been great. The project is making strides in the right direction. By Tuesday, the aim is to have a draft guidebook and competency model for the ACTV team to review in time for my return from Puerto/Bolivia. The plans for PEM and Bolivia are coming together well. I am flying out of Lima to Puerto Maldonado (stopping in Cusco but staying on the plane) on Wednesday 19th. The program will be held Thursday and Friday. I will ...
... where there is space and time enough to show exactly why, and on the basis of what evidence, those conclusions are reached.
What are the key distinctions? One way of looking at the difference would be to say that while the left hemisphere's raison d'Ítre is to narrow things down to a certainty, the right hemisphere's is to open them up into possibility. In life we need both. In fact for practical purposes, narrowing things down to a certainty, so that we can ...
... a spoiled American, a condition I readily admit. Nothing on this list really matters in the end, and the people I have met, the beauty I have seen, the things I have learned while traveling make everything else pale in comparison. I am extremely fortunate to be able to take this time, and I am grateful for every moment of it, however long it lasts. That said, a plate of teriyaki wings and some football wouldn't be the worst thing in the world right now.