La Paz Apart Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... to eating the cuy, we had roasted beef hearts, grilled octopus and a comparatively tame raw salmon with an avocado sauce served over a plantain ball.
While we drove around the town, Silvia 1 filled us in on many interesting facts about Peru's past and its current state of affairs. About 1/3 of Peru's total population lives in Lima. There is a giant, lighted cross at one tip of Lima that is at once a religious symbol and a rejection of the ...
... 69,000 deaths, bombs and terrorism, seemed to be over communism.
At 8, Luis, a friend of Silvi picked us up from the hotel. Keeping in line with our first impressions of Peruvians, Luis was a very friendly guy and seemed delighted to show us around. We picked up her friend Jill, also very friendly, and went down to Barancha, near Miraflores, a nice up market area full of bars and restaurants. We sampled some proper local cuisine here, a ...
My mom and I spent the day exploring Lima. It is an interesting city. The humidity is unreal but apparently it never rains here. We were lucky enough to make it to the two main cathedrals for Palm Sunday services. We listened to the choir sing at the San Francisco monastery from the catacombs below the main alter- hauntingly beautiful. Over 25k people were buried in the catacombs there. Ended the afternoon at Parque del Amor overlooking the ...
... nor does it conflict with whatever faith you may already have.
Finally, Lima is subject to sea mists, very much like Looe, though when the sun does break through it can get very hot. It felt like home under the mist. The comparison ends there. Lima has a population approaching 9 million.
In Lima we visited
- the Pacific ...
... I think the effect is that I become a better and more whole human being. Somehow the vulnerability of being in a foreign place amidst a foreign language means that my 'stronghold layers' are not an option. Easier for heart to connect to heart I guess. Anyway. It's now 2:30am here and I've been awake for a very long time and so will put an end to these philosophical ramblings. (PG - I'm even giving you a run for your money on this one! hehe) La paz sea con vosotros, LT ...