Maria Angola Hotel
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Not a great place but centrally located and comfortable room
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... the american style pancakes I usually make, but no complaints were made! It was the first time Jessie had tried pancakes so in my mind I couldn't lose.
I spent the remainder of the morning working on a new early leadership program with Mili, reviewing the program Hannah and I had co-created for Puerto and making some changes to the model. We worked for 3 hours before taking another food-related break (of course). Jessie made my favorite tuna ...
... of empty space? Has it not become colder? Is not night continually closing in on us?" (Nietzsche  1974:181)
Here we enter the eye of the needle of the late modern self, of the alienated postmodern self.
Depth psychology enters into this history in a most interesting and consequential way. On the one hand, in a famous passage at the end of the eighteenth of his Introductory Lectures, Freud pointed out that psychoanalysis ...
I had a nice relaxed morning with a pretty late wake up, which was very nice. I had breakfast at the hostel, got my stuff all packed up and headed out around 10:15am. I got a little moto-taxi for the first time in South America. I knew I wasn’t going too far, so I didn’t mind the bumpy ride compared to a regular taxi. It was also nice that it only cost 2 soles ($0.60) to get to the bus terminal from the hostel. I was expecting Marc to be ...
... buildings: the Lima Cathedral, rebuilt after the earthquake, next to it the Archbishop's Palace, rebuilt in 1924, with beautiful wooden balconies, the yellow-walled Municipal Palace and substantial Government Palace. The Government Palace (Palacio de Gobierno) spreads the entire north side of the Plaza de Armas. We watched the changing of the guards for 30 minutes, although there was no changing of the guards. There was an impressive band and groups of ...
... It was nice to have a low key morning.
The home visits were interesting - I only got to the first 2 because I really wanted to go to see and help out in the Youth in Action program. The first home was very large and well off in comparison to many in the neighbourhood. However, the family works very hard. Both parents sell vegetables in the market from 3 am to 10 pm. They have 3 children and the oldest watches the 2 younger and puts them ...