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Our guide, Fernando, picked us up at 9 and we headed south along the coast toward Pachacamac, some Incan and pre-Incan ruins that are currently being excavated, restored and conserved. The visit to the site started with a funny hiccup. Although Fernando had been at the site only 10 days ago, in the interim they had closed and completely gutted the museum that used to support the site. They are building a new one, but in the interim, ...
... country and so welcoming to those visiting. Always asking where you're from and then saying 'welcome to Peru'.
On to Lima itself then...the area where all the hostels are is secure and quite well off. I noticed quickly too that nobody was wearing summer clothes or flip flops, it was all business or warm casuals. This turned out to be because Lima is pretty smoggy and cold. Miraflores doesn't have a huge amount going on in terms of museums or ...
... out, or unfolded) in the left, and then the whole utterance needs to be 'returned' to the right hemisphere, where it is reintegrated with all that is implicit - tone, irony, metaphor, humour, and so on, as well as a feel of the context in which the utterance is to be understood. To achieve meaning in the world requires what linguists call the business of pragmatics, which comes from the right hemisphere. If I say 'it is hot in here', your ...
... find shopping malls, parks (filled with cats!) and lots of traffic! Itīs winter in Lima at the moment so there is a continual grey haze/mist over the city and on the cliffs overlooking the sea it was quite cool and damp. Paragliding off the cliffs seems to be quite popular, there was a continual stream of customers.
That night we ate at one of the local fish restaurants in Barranco and the food was delicious.
The next day we caught ...
... for Peruvian food tempt me but commonsense (otherwise known as Graham) prevails.
I was not so keen on going to dinner at another blow out restaurant after the Alinea experience. It had been hyped up so much and failed to deliver, so what now of AstridyGaston?
Still, committed we organise the taxi and soon are in the suburb of St Isidor, within spitting distance of the affliuent looking buisiness district. The ...