Hotel Ferre Miraflores
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Great place on quiet street close to ocean walkway. Breakfast is buffet style and pretty good. WiFi not always reliable!
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... my favorite restaurant where my friend, Nataly, will be working today (I also know most of the other waiters and waitresses there as well as the owners.)
After visiting with Nataly and my friends, I'll see about adding some credit to my Peruvian cell phone then catch a moto to the the office of the People of Peru Project to discuss the video work that I'll be doing for them over the next week or so. Should be a very busy day!
... covered with repurposed flour sacks and family photos and memorabilia cover the walls. For an appetizer, we started with cheese fried in olive oil & peppers. It came out in a small cast iron pot, still sizzling like crazy. The top of the cheese was all bubbly and the bottom had a nice crust on it. We dug in with forks and ate it with hunks of baguette (which, btw, is available for about $.50 a loaf at the store ...
... a musician, a social worker or a potter - is, unlike a machine, not necessarily better for doing more, doing it faster and doing it according to a standard specification. In fact each of these machine-driven demands is almost certain to make things palpably, miserably worse - as we all have a chance to discover when we do the simplest of things, including, God help us, ring up our bank.
... lunch we tried ceviche for the first time, which was very limey but tasty, and then went to see the sea, which was about 300m below us at the bottom of a cliff. We found a very upmarket shopping mall with views over the ocean, and paragliders floating around above our heads. We walked along the coastal path and through little parks with sculptures and flowers, and could see down to ...
... prefer the parts of my travels where I am with a group of people for a few days. Being the extravert that I am, I do find airports, aeroplanes and all the bits in between rather lonely and boring. Staying in hostels is a great way to meet people but you tend to only spend a couple of days together before people go their separate ways. I will be spending the next 11 days with the same group of people, there will be 16 of us in ...