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... trying to find a recommended cevicheria, but failed. We thought the famous Bolivar Hotel would at least have something decent if all else failed, but the cafe just didn't seem inviting and the rest of the hotel was eerily deserted. The Cathedral de Pisco, next door, I had heard of but, it didn't seem too inviting either. So, as we started to get a bit cranky and we passed a cafe full of locals, with outdoor tables and a gentleman pointing to ...
... Although the pork and potatoes in Ecuador is still the top meal thus far) Spills and thrills + tour of shanty town and getting to see the "real" Lima - muggy! Lima is still pretty warm. Last night at 10pm it was still 24 and muggy. Apparently cusco is still warm in the day but really cools off at night. + mike cut his hair before we left the hostel yesterday as we aren't sure what our accommodations are going to be in cusco. As we were walking downtown he asked if ...
... a taxi to the fountains as they were about 30mins away, I think we must have gone through some dodgy parts of the city to get to the fountains as the taxi driver shut up all of the windows, locked the doors and told me to put my bag on the floor. To me the area looked fine, but then I'm not a local. Then within a couple of days I was on to Iguassu Falls on the Brazil/Argentina ...
... or dead when you open the box. It collapses the infinite web of interconnected possibilities into a point-like certainty for the purposes of our interaction with the world.
Although 'seeing clearly' is an image of grasping the truth, there is no such thing. At what level of magnification, at what level of description can you be said to have seen something clearly? Is a book seen clearly when it is seen as a whole in your hand, or when you read it, or when you take ...
... philosopher, a true bohemian, in Lima because a professor from the university had given him some books. He showed us the way to the convent. Guided tour in English. Shown through the monastery to view works of art from the Rubens school as well as many others. Original art found underneath plaster, now being restored. Beautiful carved cedar ceilings, held together without fasteners. Suffered earthquake damage, but repaired. Some relics dating from 16th century. Underneath ...