Lima Travel Lodge

Address: San Juan Carlos 163, San Miguel , Lima, 032, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Lima Residencial area of Lima, is near Museo Larco, El Parque del Amor, San Isidro, and National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History.
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A new continent

A travel blog entry by rmalpass on Jan 10, 2015

Blog Panama city Flight Lima Following an overnight bus we arrived in Panama City in the early hours. We took a taxi to the hostel we had booked for the following night and thankfully the owners were still up drinking when we arrived. Although not in a central location, this hostel was by far the nicest we've stayed in. It was more like a house and even had a proper sofa (the first one we've had in months). We only had a day in the ...

Metamorphosis of the gods

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Dec 07, 2014

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... of the modern project.

All of this points to a re-­reading of our Western narrative of solar heroic progress within a larger context of tragedy and, perhaps, something more--­­something perhaps Shakespearean in the grandeur of its moral and aesthetic conception. Of course this is itself a mythic perspective. But what I am suggesting is that not only the human psyche but the cosmos itself may be archetypal, mythically informed. And perhaps this is the deepest act of trust ...

Day 25-27 - eat-siesta-fiesta

A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 16, 2014

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... We caught a taxi to Loki Hostel where Chebas, Carlos and Bratzo (their Polish/Peruvian friend) were already several drinks up on us, playing beer pong. We spent a few hours in Loki and I tried my first blood bomb (vodka and grenadine shot in a glass of red bull. It was nice.. But just a glorified vodka red bull). Eventually people began moving on to their next venue - for us this was cheq cha. We had to wait for the bus to take us there. With my blue ...

Understanding the Human Brain

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Oct 04, 2014

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... that matter is not separable from consciousness. The mechanical universe is dead, in both senses. Strangely, practitioners of the 'life' sciences, many of whom are very vocal about the mechanistic nature of life, consciousness and our selves, carry on as if nothing had happened since the mid-nineteenth century, when such views were last sustainable.

On the other hand I am just as sceptical of the naive idealist view, espoused by some post-modernists, that reality ...

A Random Accounting of Things I Miss in the U.S.

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Sep 01, 2014

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... in one place is perfectly fine in another place. But damnit, it miss hearing "excuse me" when people bump into you and "thank you" when you hold a door for someone. People around the world accuse Americans of overdoing it with the pleases and thank-you's, but I actually like all of that. And I miss people actually moving out of each other's way on a sidewalk or saying good morning. I know that makes me sound like an old fogey who lives in ...

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