Hotel El Balcon Dorado
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... got ourselves ready for a day of seeing the sights of Lima.
Dante, our local tour guide was great. First of all, he took us to a small fishing village to see how the local fishermen worked using small boats to row out to sea and catch fish in a traditional manner using nets.
As we drove through the city of Lima we observed row after row of tall apartment buildings. Dante explained that Lima is a sprawling city of ...
... be home of many cats. With the cities approval, people left food and milk out for the cats. We found most of Lima to be just as peculiar-the beach, the hostel, the people, the parks and the streets. The beach had no sand and was mostly packed with vendors and solicitors trying to earn a buck. The hostel had many people around but lacked a sense of excitement and companionship. A lot of the parks we visited were named after American ...
... raw seafood marinated in lemon juice chilli peppers and slivered onions. A pisco sour is the national drink made of local brandy, lime or lemon juice, sugar, egg white, and Angostura bitters.
Our evening walk took us to a small park in the centre of the district named "Parque Central" but everyone called it Meow Park due to the proliferation of cats. Crossing roadways in Lima can be treacherous. The drivers are aggressive ...
... so patient with my level of Spanish (and also feeding me).......
The list could and does go on. Coming from a family who have always demonstrated a willingness to share what little they might have to support one another, I have a perhaps naive perception of charity in that I live in the belief that deep down, everyone wants to help someone. I have been fortunate in my life to see such exhibits of humanity. This could've set me up for ...
... the way it would have had to do it if asked. But fortunately we don't often ask it. We grasp the whole and only later choose to survey such particular parts as we prioritise for their interest or relevance. By seeing isolated points, the left hemisphere imagines that there are atomistically distinct entities, rather than seeing everything embedded in its context, which radically changes its nature: part of a web of interconnections.
This partwise method ...
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