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... seems an expensive set up, and makes you wonder how all the country's poor people think about it.
After the laser and lights we went to a bar and while everyone else ordered poorly prepared and frankly, disgusting cocktails, I missed out on that pleasure because of, you know, poo.
So today we leave Lima and head to Pisco. Hometown of that horrific cocktail that got Harry steaming drunk in Máncora. Oh ...
... part of the walking tour took us to another Kennedy park/music square - which had small dark marble-esque mini-amphitheatres for performers to play rein as well as arty style seating and lots of street food vendors. Jose bought us all some picarones (Peruvian style donuts made out of sweet potato and zucchini). After this we headed off to the Larco museum with Jose and Laura went back to her hotel to catch her flight. The Larco museum was a white building with lots ...
... to find a recommended cevicheria, but failed. We thought the famous Bolivar Hotel would at least have something decent if all else failed, but the cafe just didn't seem inviting and the rest of the hotel was eerily deserted. The Cathedral de Pisco, next door, I had heard of but, it didn't seem too inviting either. So, as we started to get a bit cranky and we passed a cafe full of locals, with outdoor tables and a gentleman pointing to ...
... of US$45!!! It was a sufficient pile of food however and removed the need for an evening meal and so we grazed on two packets of skittles. During our 48 hours in Lima we went to Museo Larco a fancy museum with a huge array of the country's artefacts and good place to start to put Peru's history in a straight line. They also had a sexy pottery section where there was almost no s******ing like teenagers. ...
... expression of the evolving mythopoeic imagination, operating within a very specific archetypal gestalt, moving towards some new reconfiguration of the human being in relation to the cosmos--a "metamorphosis of the gods."
What is on the other side of being a stranger on this dark Earth? In a speech at Stanford University in 1994, Vaclav Havel suggested an answer:
Planetary democracy does not yet exist, but our global civilization is already preparing ...
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