Hotel Gran Sipan

Address: Av. Luis Gonzales 1185, Chiclayo, 074, Peru | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Av. Luis Gonzales 1185, Chiclayo.
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Travel Blogs from Chiclayo

Two Suitors: A Parable

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Oct 10, 2014

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... if this disenchanted vision were elevated to the status of being the only legitimate vision of the nature of the cosmos upheld by an entire civilization, what an incalculable loss, an impoverishment, a tragic deformation, a grief, would ultimately be suffered by both knower and known.

I believe that the disenchantment of the modern universe is the direct result of a simplistic epistemology and moral posture spectacularly inadequate to the depths, complexity, ...

Sept to Nov : Estuar el profesor de Ingles PARTE 2

A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Sep 01, 2014

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... had mentioned that one or two were struggling towards the end of the module. I wasn't covering as much as I had planned in my lesson plans, and some things I considered were simple, took a lot longer for them to grasp. I was introducing the past tense, and time markers such as yesterday, last, ago, things that with drawn examples on the board I thought wed fly through, but when it came to checking that the students had the concept, it was obvious they hadn't. This theme continued ...

July 27th - Sept. Stu the English Teacher PART 1

A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Jul 27, 2014

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... beginners, and when it came down to it, I was teaching neither because there wasn't enough students for either class. My first actual time in a class room as a teacher was a one on one session with a student who needed some help to pass the exam to allow her to take next level. Paula was her name, a lovely Peruvian girl around 13 who if she passed would join my Saturday class. Next I was asked to take a conversation class on Friday evenings, the first week all the ...

Sun and Moon Temple

A travel blog entry by burkley on Oct 02, 2013

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... put this one poor guy under huge stress as he scrambled to make a dozen coffees as he opened the store. They took forever but worth the wait.

Soon after leaving the mall we arrived at Moche, home to an ancient civilisation born from 100 AD to 800 AD. The city from the 1600's began to be buried by sand in the desert and has only been recently been excavated to uncover two great monuments. The Huaca del Sol (Sun) which is not open to the public and still ...

Lisanne- stop being an ungrateful little brat!!!!

A travel blog entry by lisannelee on Sep 21, 2013

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... its actually inside
the hut where you live, so the hut stinks and the toilet also has no doors,
rather its separated from the hut’s living room with a sheet of material

I know that if it was my pre-detox days, that I would have
had no hesitations in running away from this place and asking the driver to
turn around to take me to the nearest bus back to Chiclayo town centre,
however, I felt that this lodge was going to be in someway good for ...