Hotel Casa Blanca
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... it over the years. We spent quite a while exploring the various nooks and crannies, including the crypts underneath the church. These crypts were filled with excavated bodies from many hundreds of years ago, as well as body parts such as skulls piled on top of each other. The smell was extremely musty, and it was very claustrophobic and atmospheric. We then made our way home through the crazy Lima traffic. At one point the taxi driver ...
... due to the fact that Vikings actually found the USA long before Colombus, and it's possible that the same thing happened in South America. This would explain the light features. We left the conversation open-ended but the fact that this man was essentially confirming what I had thought blew my mind. The shop owner then started talking about aliens and other things this didn't make much sense so we got out of the shop when we could, but we were both ...
... 8217;d like to do so as a hobby anthropologist. More so with the crazier looking shanty towns it makes me wonder what actually matters, from where do we derive quality of life?
There are some kids pushing a board up a sand dune, they are smiling and happy. They are outside, they are playing together with friends. You don’t need an xbox to have fun.
The adults are talking, relaxing, reading, writing. You don’t need paved roads to be thoughtful, intelligent, ...
... me, but not unprecedented. Last time however I didn’t manage to eat it all. Not so this time J
After lunch we stroll down to Barranco.
In park number eight or nine or fifty-seven of the day there are loads of birdies flying around, Martina spots a beautiful tropical looking red bird. I get some terrific photos of it. In black-and-white! Oops! Very generously the pretty red birdie came around again. I got some actual colour photos of ...
Monday was a holiday and you could certainly notice it in the streets. The roads were extremely quiet when I went out for my run. After I returned and had had breakfast, I left Magdalena and grabbed a taxi to Miraflores in order to meet Hannah for coffee and chats about the program. When I arrived at her hotel, she was mid-interview with a woman regarding her experience as a presenter at a conference on environmental conservation, the night before. After the interview ...
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