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Travel Blogs from Lima
... pharmacy', and we saw plants for a variety of medicinal needs. The excursion ended with a canoe trip on a small lake, where Nayan and another guy had to steer their own canoe, while Paul chauffeured us around! We came across the stinky bird and saw a number of macaws. Just before dinner, Paul took us on a rather uneventful night walk to spot some nocturnal animals. What a great, fantastic first day in the rainforest. After another delicious dinner, ...
... in the Plaza which was dedicated to the person who spear headed the campaign to gain independence from Spain for multiple South American countries. Lima was devastated by a large earthquake in the mid 1700's and so most of the architecture is from that period. Paula was just lovely and so interesting to listen to. One of the highlights was the Franciscan monastery, it was an amazing building with incredible decoration and artworks. Underneath the church are some ...
... invited us to Lima, our mentors, and our "Peruvian Parents." When our children talk about them, they still say, "Grandma Florence and Grandpa Gordon."
That evening Jim began a four part series on 2nd Peter to whet people's appetites to study the Emmaus Course "2nd Peter and Jude" and other courses. Fourteen new students signed up to study the Bible with Emmaus courses in one day! Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights between 100 and 120 people from 9 ...
... the dunes with new friends and an altered mind state, I came to see the social situation and the reality of life here. 'Life on the other side of the dune' as I call it. It started around 2am when a seemingly deranged dude with a shirt over his head started crawling up the dune toward us, howling like a crazy, injured wolf. After a slight confrontation halfway down the dune, he takes the shirt off his head and gives it back to me, apparently ...
... br> of time.
We could only imagine how hard it must
have been to fit into these suits of Armour. Maybe Vaseline would
help?? Furthermore, we talked about how one could wear all this
heavy metal; let alone be riding horses and charging at one another.
Some are so fascinating with strange details, and projections, while
some are almost laughable looking!
There were several suits of metal body
armour, that I thought ...