Delfines Hotel & Casino
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... is arriving around the same time as he is going to visit Puno. We assume he will be staying at the same hotel we were at and that is why all the police were around. He also advises that as the airport does not have a luggage scanner all luggage is manually inspected. This is later amended to the fact that they have a scanner but no one knows how to use it. He also tells us that we will be directed to gate one or two, but they are the same ...
... as I've never had anything that has tasted quite like it, but my first impression tasted almost like the raw mix when making a cake! Although my tastes buds may still have been confused from the tangy ceviche. They also threw in a drink for free called Chicha morado which was equally delicious, which after much linguistic confusion, turned out to be made from the purple corn we'd seen in the supermarket the day before plus lots ...
... the West is somehow intrinsically superior to other civilizations and thus more worthy of our attention. I do so rather because it is the West that has brought forth the political, technological, intellectual, and spiritual currents that have been most decisive in constellating the contemporary world situation in all its problematic complexity. For better or worse, the character of the West has had a global impact, and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Yet I ...
... The party didn't exactly take off so we made our own, playing various card drinking games and having lots of banter before heading out about 12:30am to a recommended bar/ club called Ayahuasca in Barranco, that turned out to be a trendy lounge bar with lots of funky areas to sit in, but very somber as lounge bats often are, and then headed to Bierhaus for a bit more of a party. The next morning, after another good feed on the free breakfast to try and combat the ...
Went to the mistral food festival in Lima Peru. About 3 to 4 times bigger than taste of Chicago. Different areas with different types of food. We had lots of different types of Peruvian food. I had alpaca and Chinese and beer. Must've been 5000 to 10000 people there easy. Going out to dinner tonight. Pictures included all local vendors. Lots of ...