Machu Picchu Suites
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... bought me a rose, and partied like it was their own birthday! I was out until 4am dancing finally to latin music!!! Thank you Manuel for the dance lessons, you are a great lead! My birthday in Peru was followed up by another night of dancing with some of the friends I made at the surf school. I will never forget that birthday!
During my last weekend, I went surfing one last time with Emma ...
... happened?! It's pretty warm here. We wore shorts and t-shirts and were warm. Although def looked like tourists. The locals were all dressed in pants and long sleeved shirts (mostly). We went into a store that looked similar to a Macy's. It was quite nice, but different. It was almost set up with individual stores within the store. Including Aldo and call it spring. Super random. They also had tvs, washers, treadmills, basically everything you can think ...
... br> 9. Gallery Pancho Fierro
there have plethora of to do but mostly not choose to.
at the evening, there had an evening the concert at Lima Main Square...there are throng of crowds...that is 480 years old of Lima that night celebrity. I was not interested because I have no inner ears. But nice went out and looked up.
After the awesome beach town of Mancora, we headed further south into a town called Huenchaco. It is about fifteen minutes out of the big city of Trujillo. The beach was not as impressive here as it was in Mancora, so I guess there was no other option but to eat and drink. We spent the first day here moving between cafes, restaurants and bars – all with a view of the water. We were invited to a tiny shack ...
... world, a way of helping us interact with the world swiftly and efficiently. The neuroscientist V.S. Ramachandran calls the right hemisphere the devil's advocate, because it is always interested in the particular, upsetting the left hemisphere's tendency to collapse unlike into like, and see only what it is expecting to see.
Continued in next entry: Understanding the Human Brain, Part 2
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