Youth Hostel - Hostelling Internatinal Lima - Peru
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- Swimming pool
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... we were a witness to, led by Carolina who stopped at each and every display case to explain in exhaustive detail about the various cultures depicted in the artifacts. We saw not only ceramics but also weapons, knives (for sacrifices), jewelry, and textiles. Once we'd exited the main building, we were led to a smaller building to view erotic ceramic art, depicting every sexual position you can imagine (and then some). One whole display was only about sexual relations for people ...
... running late, so jumped in a taxi and headed to the apartment to get ready. Rosella arrived and drove us to tia Martha on the way to auntie Yaya. She also lives in the same district of Surco and are not far from each other. On the way we got to see a little more of Lima and experienced the traffic....which we really don't enjoy Auntie Martha has not changed much. Still the same with a little more signs of age but healthy and with a big warm smile. We ...
... lands, and usually reliable irrigation waters, without which nothing would succeed. These advantageous conditions are supplemented by the use of excellent guano and fish-meal fertilizers. As a result, the productive coastal land, amounting to only 3.8 percent of the national total, including pasture and forest, yields a reported 50 percent of the gross agricultural product.
Over 70 percent of the smallest farms are less than five hectares in size, with ...
... lads in my dorm ensured I was pretty much exhausted come time to leave the next morning. But then again, haphazard, exhausted departures are sort of my thing right now. *Oh gosh, it turns out that Mario thinks I am an incredibly selfish human being and probably falls on the 'hating me' side of the fence. He had written me a long email saying as much. It was waiting for me in my inbox when I arrived at my next destination. I feel terrible and now must think about it for a ...
... and for worse. The day before we were set to depart, with the intention of climbing up to Laguna 69 on an 8 hour hike, I was suffering from food poisoning and the flu. This, however, did not diminish the grandeur of the 8 hour road-trip to Huaraz. Driving from the traffic-ridden city center out to and along the coast, then turning into the desert and crawling our way up to 4000m driving past snow-capped mountains was one of the most radical changes in scenery ...