Santa Cruz Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for the adolescent mind, of all ages: Pow! Zap! Boom!, explosions, aggression, superficial sex, incessant change, shiny surfaces, ceaseless growth, the new, the fast, the ever youthful, the momentarily exciting. There is no sense of the deeper meanings, the profundity of life, no sense of the fact that decisions about the future need to be made not just from the point of view of what is going to show up on the bottom line of the next quarterly report, but what is going to affect ...
... Chinese food across the road. Fu Sen was well decorated with christmas lights on their most rampant setting. The food was ok - a bit too salty and a bit too oily. Nothing to rave about.
Sebastian and I then went to Barranco for some drinks. This Monday was going to be a holiday so there were a lot of Peruvians as well as Gringos out partying. The feast was of the Immaculate Conception, and in the streets were families drinking and ...
... close-knit communities, and their ways of living in harmony with nature, that took at least centuries, if not millennia, to form; the substitution of a way of life that we have already determined in the West to be lacking in meaning, often aesthetically barren, driven by commercialism and morally bankrupt, devoted to the pursuit of pleasure and happiness, but delivering anxiety and systemic dissatisfaction; the erosion, and in some cases the thrashing, of ...
Now things have changed slightly with the programme as Quest have a small primary school that is subsidised and the volunteers live upstairs above the school as they are normally there in the holidays. They still play with the children during the day and go swimming and now there is the opportunity to help build houses too costing $850 per house. For whatever reason, possibly increased university tuition fees meaning less people ...
... the rest of us had our breakfast cut short and all had to go back to the ship to offload two people before travelling back into the city for our tour – we were less than impressed as the detour meant we were delayed starting and ultimately had our tour in Lima reduced in length. Lima was founded by Francisco Pizarro and the modern day version of the city actually consists of two separate towns – Lima and Callao (being Lima’s port). Modern day Lima has about ...