Miraflores Suites Centro
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... you are from the plaza, the cheaper the food is. We walked far past the train station to a restaurant that we saw was having lunch specials. I ordered the Lomo Saltado here for 15 sols. Also, just to prepare yourself, the service in this country is EXTREMELY SLOW! But apparently its polite to let people sit, take their time to eat, and converse. The waiters and waitresses do not like to bother people and thats why they barely come to your table unless you ...
... dining outlets are a number of small casino's. There is a constant volume of traffic as all the residents of Miraflores hustle about. The Central Park and Kennedy park were substantially smaller than anticipated. In addition it appears the local "El gato poplacion" is well out of control as cats lay about in their masses throughout the parks. Stopped to have lunch in a roadside cafe/restaurant that was not one of the global giants. Haiti offered a number of wonderful ...
... from the market the evening before. Or aggressive chopping of the parsley and mint... Mili's brother is a chef and offered to bring round some Cuy (guinea pig) for me to try. It was delicious, albeit slightly reptilian looking. I proceeded to eat everything. From the organs to the spinal fluid, to the brain. I couldn't quite stomach the eyes or teeth, however. I went to church in the evening, accompanied by Mili, and after Sebastian joined us ...
Arrived at the hotel. All flights went well and we arrived 9am Lima time. Had a coffee at the hotel and although the receptionist was adamant that we could not check in until 1pm, there for a few of us from the group so she gave in to pressure! Showered and clean we went out exploring Miraflores. Lima is a huge sprawling city and we decided to stay local to our Hotel and the beach, instead of exploring downtown ...
... a meal with friends, or a comedy show. I first wrestled with this when I was involved with the study and teaching of literature. The meaning and the structure are not like a body and its clothes. Once you have taken the apparent 'message' out of its context, and examined the language of a poem like a cast-off coat, you are left with a handful of tatters.
Only a man harrowing clods
In a slow silent walk
With an old horse that stumbles and nods