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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hundred gems. If you are interested in South American history should miss not miss this museum. It houses the largest collection of artifacts about South American history. When we were outside again we were allowed to take a few photographs of the building. In the evening took Josephine and I, the local clubs still a little uncertain. In the morning I was still a little bit about the local market. I had the camera in hand as me a fish vendor I spoke but should make him a photo. ...
... This was a small poor town and we drove down dirt roads strewn with garbage and wild dogs to a wooden gate. We announced ourselves and 5 dogs came running barking to the gate and a few minutes later the owner showed up and we were let in. He spoke no English but luckily a volunteer was fluent (as he was an older man from the UK here volunteering for a few months). We were the only people to ever show up without reservation and were lucky that there ...
... defines the context for everything else, is profoundly affected by the degree to which all our faculties—intellectual, imaginative, aesthetic, moral, emotional, somatic, spiritual, relational—enter the process of our knowing. How we approach “the other,” and how we approach each other, will shape everything, including our own evolving self and the cosmos in which we participate. Not only our personal lives but the very nature of the universe ...
... for example David has a son, if so they respond appropriately and give the name of the family member. Likewise student B had questions for student A, fairly straight forward. However after around 30 minutes of the exercise when some students were giving answers like " Yes he has a Simon " I gave up and taught in Spanish. " Ok mira, tienes un hermano? (Ok look, do you have a brother?) Si (Yes), y como se llama ( and whats his name) Sebastian, ok entonces... Tienes un Sebastian? ( ok ...
A 5am pickup meant a very dark start to the day. We were on
a private tour to a unique private nature reserve called Chaparri. The park was
located about 80kms from Chiclayo and we travelled most of the way before dawn.
When we hit the dirt road into the park we picked up our guide for the day who
was a young bloke who spoke very little English but was very enthusiastic about
his job. The park road was in poor condition which meant the ...