Hotel Paraiso Chiclayo
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... to unite with you and thereby bring forth something new, a creative synthesis emerging from both of your depths. He desires to liberate that which has been hidden by the separation between knower and known. His ultimate goal of knowledge is not increased mastery, prediction, and control but rather a more richly responsive and empowered participation in a co-creative unfolding of new realities. He seeks an intellectual fulfillment that is intimately linked with ...
... on a plane. The tickets had cost us about $9
each. After 2 Hollywood movies in Spanish with no English subtitles we arrived
at the bus company terminal. So far in Peru we haven’t found any central bus
terminals just each individual company having its own terminal which is a real
pain. We arrived at our hotel which has gone a bit crazy on the bright coloured
painting scheme. The exterior of the hotel is mainly lime green. Our room has a
lime green bathroom ...
... green shrubbery. As we made out way towards civilization we started making stops for people to hop off and a few to hop on. All the towns and villages we passed through were desperate looking with shacks, unpaved roads, stray animals and not much else. Finally, at about 7:20AM we stopped for the last time in Piura, Peru. As we had made our approach through the city, I was pretty discouraged at what I saw and didn´t feel much like ...
... like Machu Picchu. Purely by virtue of spectacular location and inexplicable stone-masonry, it leaves you wondering what sort of people lived there and why did they choose that place etc. But it takes a special type of person to get excited about a set of mud walls set in a desert near the coast, regardless of the lovely animal dado rails they decorated their palaces with. Pitifully to try to excite my imagination I have to ...
... friendly people under normal circumstances produces such appalling customer service. . .
Back to the museum and this one is much easier to find. It’s built in the shape of a pyramid and takes you through different levels and the items as they were found at the site. There are no cameras, no phone and no handbags allowed because of security but you can see some pretty pictures here: http://www.delange.org/LordSipanGold/Lo rdSipanGold.htm