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Today I achieved nothing. I don't really feel bad about it either. I've made no real attempts to explore the city, but in truth there doesn't seem like there's much to explore. It's functional and that's about it. The centre is supposed to be a bit grungy and honestly I'm just not that bothered. Not the travellar ethos. ...
... and sprinkled with sugar. I remember seeing all of these things being sold the first day in Lima ... How strange everything seemed then! But having started to live as Peruvians do, taking transport like a regular citizen, working in a Peruvian company and being welcomed and assumed into their culture so quickly, I not only see the sense and appeal behind all these things, but I have begun to feel quite quickly, a member of the wonderful community out here. ...
... in the notes: the spaces between successive notes in pitch that creates the melody, the spaces between simultaneously sounding notes, that is the harmony, the spaces in time between the beats, that makes the rhythm. But that too is wrong, because the spaces are just silence, apparently nothing. It is not in the spaces or the notes, but in the spaces and the notes together, plus whatever it is that comes about from their union: much as electricity ...
... into the central markets and nearly gagged with the overpowering smells of
fish and raw meat in small enclosed spaces. We then walked into Chinatown with
its many small Chifas (the Spanish term for Chinese restaurants). We then
worked our way back to San Martin plaza and then to Plaza Grau where we went
into a large shopping plaza to buy food. We had decided to try and cook some
meals in the hostel while we had the time and to give us the ...
We left Huaca mid morning to catch our short bus up to the capital Lima. In the normal South American fashion there was some sort of drama and we eventually got on a bus about an hour and a half later than we provisionally planned.
We stayed in the 1990 Hostel in the nicer older part of town, near to the main square and nice restaurants. It was a lovely spacious hostel with a nice bar and balcony looking out across at the Art museum. We knew Lima wasnt going to be ...