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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Before leaving to Peru, we celebrated David's birthday properly....I made a nice diner and we dance all night with Remi and Sara. We really had time to enjoy to be together before that everyone headed off to Panama for Remi and Argentina for David.
Everything went fine for me at the border, they actually rewarded me for my knowledge regarding their VISA Policies. It was so quick!!!
I had the copy of my passport ready for them. They even invited me to apply ...
... 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 ...
... month, the teachers ran the English department, we just got on with our classes and generally everything ran smoothly. In September I had my first regular weekly classes, with a class of 9, quite a large class, but had a great time with them a mix of demographic, a 18 year old girl, to a gentlemen who was in his early 60s. There were quite a few characters in the class, and with the fact that we were having 3 lessons a week allowed a better connection and rapport with the ...
We decided to go to Chiclayo from Cajamarca to check out the tomb of Señor de Sipàn. A pre-Incan king who's tomb was uncovered, fully intact in 1987. It surprises me that it was found so recently and with all the bodies, jewellery etc. We took a combi (local taxi/bus) to Layambaque to the museum of Sipàn. We didn't really have a clue what we were doing or how to get to the museum but ...
... buy almost anything, and aisle looked the same. Our first time we had a Peruvian so he knew his way around, our second time, one of our Spanish teachers took us their as part of a Spanish class, to see the witches market, with all manor of lotions and potions, but the weekend later, me and Luke visited on our own, and it was pretty hard to find our way around. However the banter (o chacota en espanol) was great, two gringo lads walking around, loads of jokes, although ...