Hotel El Farolito
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of legroom with barely any passengers. Despite being a 3 hour flight we got lunch and drinks and even watched X-Men! Despite buying a knife yesterday, I had already lost it, but I got a full 3 piece metal cutlery set from lunch! Result. We landed in Lima around 1pm. It was just as easy and very quick in Peru also. After gathering our bags we shared a taxi with an ...
... system would not work. So we took a break from that. Though taking a taxi downtown would have been relatively cheap we decided to try our luck at the public transport system. Lima's inhabitants get around in beat-up old buses and minibuses that charge a lot less than a pound. The routes followed are painted down the sides of each vehicle but if you don't know your Chorillos from your Barranca then you are just picking ...
... t measure up to logic. The real world isn't the way we think it is because logic says so, and, in reality, Achilles can, apparently, never overtake the tortoise. Beautifully designed experimental research, which I detail in The Master and His Emissary, shows that the left hemisphere sees truth as internal coherence of the system, not correspondence with the reality we experience. Again there is always a tension between these perspectives, and we need ...
... Aramus. Housing the tomb of Francis Pesaro the founder of Lima who was beheaded. The catacombs are interesting with remains under glass that you walk across. A little weird. Also rooms with large art collections making the cathedral a little like an art museum. Outside on the other side of this beautiful square is the Government Palace. They were changing the guard and the band was entertaining behind strong fences. In ...
Back to the big city, and back to sea level.
Today is freedom! We slept in, drank anything we felt like, and are enjoying this part of Peru. We woke up just one short block from the Pacific Ocean. The day ...