Miraflores Hostal Senorial
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... pelicans – an odd thing to worship, but the pelicans led the people of the fishing town to the parts of the water where the catch would be optimal. From here, we killed a couple of hours in the local mall before getting on a night bus destined for Lima.
Upon arrival, we had a quick breakfast and set off on the local buses to the heart of the city. Lima has a constant cloud hovering over ...
... he had never finished all of his milk. "Usted lo motivó!!" - I had motivated him. Jeez. I looked round at Carlos who knew exactly what he had done. His smile shone for the rest of the day. A smug, charming smile that stretched the width of his face. Occasionally he would nestle his head into my lap and keep it there for a few seconds for comfort. I have had the pleasure of working at Great Ormond Street hospital (one of the world's most renowned children's hospitals). The ...
... a connection and explore. The left hemisphere, as in birds and animals, pays the narrow-beam, precisely focussed, attention which enables us to get and grasp: it is the left hemisphere that controls the right hand with which we grasp something, and controls the aspects of language (not all language) by virtue of which we say we have 'grasped' the meaning - made it certain and pinned it down. The right hemisphere underwrites sustained attention and vigilance for ...
... the car here. The sound to me is like someone driving stakes though my eyes, but no one else here seems to care much.
The other thing about Lima during this time of year is that they are in the midst of what is know as "the greys", meaning it is grey and overcast virtually all the time. No sun. It doesn't really rain very much, just a persistent cloud cover. It is like this for 8 months out of the ...