La Paz Apart Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Continental Breakfast
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... br> OK. Calm down Harry.
Anyway, I decided to do another blog so soon after the previous one because last night's was cut short, by meetings and by my accursed unpredictable bowels. Movements are more predictable now, as Kiwi Nurse Lyn from our group gave me some squits pills. Now however it's stalemate, I haven't had a hint of a movement since yesterday afternoon. This may catch up with me later. I mean, I have eaten, so ...
... Most did!!As if that wasn't bad enough ... There would have also been rats in the well too and victims would often have been eaten while still alive! After the catacombs we were asked for a donation ... and gave them all of our holiday money just in case! Next we walked through some colourful streets, past a fetching pastel green post office and one of the oldest (and most popular) cafes in old Lima before heading to the main square [St Martins]. St Martin's square is ...
... the most comfortable thing we have slept on in 6 months. That was us putting in print and therefore Officially recognising we are at the the half way stage of our adventure :-( Lima is like a poor mans Rio. There is coast with surf but the beach is pebbly, there are dated piers far past their best but almost immediately there is cliff face and the affluent parts of the city sit perched looking down on ...
... seems that we are all entering into something new, a new development, a crisis of accelerated maturation, a birth, and we cannot really know where it is headed.
But we can draw on those sources of insight that come from the mystical and shamanic epiphanies and writings of those individuals who have undergone a death-rebirth initiation. We can draw as well from our own psychospiritual journeys, which perhaps permit us to glimpse that extraordinary truth which Goethe ...
... this trip and he basically collapsed in Cuzco and had to be hospitalised! They flew him home today but this story highlights two points? Never leave Oz without comprehensive travel insurance and don't leave it too late to see the world?!! Two countries down (Chile & Peru). Third chapter of our trip starts tomorrow. We fly to the Brazilian side of the Iguazu Falls and we cannot wait to see this amazing ...