Conquistadores Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Shortly after that I left Lima for about 9 days to travel around the country. (See next entry for the details of that trip!)
When I was set to return to Lima I knew I would go right back to the Dragonfly. Even though their bathrooms were not the cleanest (and that's a generous description because some of the staff will be reading this, lol) I knew I would ...
... shut in the shower. Today we walked around the area our hostel is in, and walked down to the ocean. We ended up at this little mall that was pretty nice. Tons of American stores like banana republic, Nine West, brooks brothers, hush puppies etc. then a sad thing happened.... I walked into Nine West and ... Didn't like a single thing!! I told mike that and he was like that is not sad! We should be very happy about this!! The store def catered to the market. ...
... right hemisphere's world is present - or more precisely 'presences' to us, as Heidegger puts it. By contrast the left hemisphere's world takes over once whatever it is is represented - literally 're-presented' after the fact: once it is familiar and known, as an instance of something, a concept. You can actually see this process happening using brain imaging. The left hemisphere abstracts and generalises, where the right hemisphere's world remains truer to each ...
In getting ready to head home. We are in Lima at the Belmond Hotel in Miraflores. Our flight is at 11:50 tonight and we should land at oHare about 11:00 tomorrow morning after a lay over in Huston. It has been a wonderful trip with many memories. Signing off for the last time. ...
Since our last entry, we have seen a few of Peru's most unique and fantastic sights. While staying in Puno, we arranged a boat tour to take us around a small part of Lake Titicaca. Our first stop was the island of Taquile. This island houses just over 1,000 inhabitants who live much as they have before modern technology. Sure, there's an influence, but for the most part they use traditional methods for farming, weaving, and building. Here the men are the ones who learn ...