Hotel Casa Blanca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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I walked to the Indian Market - nothing Indian was sold here. It was like a Cusco-away-from-Cusco. The very same market I had visited with Kate and Sandy almost 2 months ago. I only managed to buy a cusqueñan desk tidy (something for my new office at work) but thoroughly enjoyed milling about the market. My stomach was grumbling and so I thought to contact Bruno to see what his plans were and whether he was up for meeting earlier. To my dismay he was ...
... and design of a volunteer program for the employees at the client organization. ACTV gains in its business with these organizations. These companies gain in terms of having more engaged, enriched and developed leaders working at their organization. And finally (and most importantly), society gains through having competent and skilled individuals sharing their knowledge and expertise in jobs they would have never dreamt of working in. Win win! My ...
... midday siesta. I woke up to Mili calling my name and I quickly dressed. David and I went on a quick run by the sea along a similar route I had run with Sebastian the evening before. David had not seen this part of the greenway and I was glad to have introduced a hidden gem to him (as he frequents Lima regularly and is also a keen runner). David left for the airport shortly after we returned from our run, heading back to a reportedly snowy Greensboro, North Carolina, USA!
... the next couple of days apart from taking advantage of the pool, bar and the hammocks. We did learn about SARs in South America though. Many warned us to watch out for the Scary Ass Rum, which unfortunately we have now experienced first hand. We were due to take an overnight bus from Mancora to Lima on our third day in Peru and when the bus finally showed up an hour and half late at 7pm we hopped on for the 19 ...
... was a fun dinner. I wasn't blown away by the food, but we were able to get a four-course Peking Duck meal, two sampler platters of dim sum, a Pisco sour and a beer for $60. Pretty impressive.
We had our most impressive taxi ride yet tonight. I think this guy learned to drive by playing Grand Theft Auto. There seems to be very little formal regulation of intersections here. Only the bold get to cross. Those that aren't fast enough get honked at aggressively. ...
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