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... br> Finally we walked back to Parque Kennedy aka Parque de los Gatos. Every day from about 4 p.m. until 10 or 11 there are vendors in the park. Part craft vendors, part souvenier vendors and part flea market - they come every day. And of course I had to get my cat fix. It was feeding time, and this sweet little kitty wanted some attention from me. Or maybe it was me that wanted the attention. I forget.
... I broached in the first entry of this blog: What am I? During the final three weeks in the jungle I ate only farinha and green plantains while taking ayahuma, a purifier of emotions, eight times during the 30-day diet. During the six weeks I spent with my healer I participated in 18 ayahuasca ceremonies, three San Pedro ceremonies, a coca ceremony and I also consumed ...
... and some were just wearing sandals, crazy! After a rest at the top (4198m above sea level) we made our way down lots and lots of stairs. I don't mind downhill much so I enjoyed the afternoon. At camp all the porters introduced themselves and we got POPCORN! This was when we decided we didn't like a member of our group, she's come from a pretty hard up background and become a multi-business owner by early 20s but unfortunately this made her a prima-donna and grated on the rest ...
... eateries including "Pizza Alley". No we didn't, but I did have my first KFC in six months!! Finger. Licking. Good. We watched the annihilation of Brazil by Germany in an American-themed sports bar. We were charged entry to watch the game (!), but not as much as those Brazilian fans. I mentioned the new high-speed public bus system, the "Metropolitano". These tram-like buses have central priority lanes on the major highways running north-south through the city ...
... similarly frustrating experiences elsewhere - the Museo de la Inquisicion (Inquisition Museum) was not running their 'daily' tour this day, and the museum was otherwise unremarkable (although thankfully free) despite being where prisoners of the Spanish Inquisition were tortured. There were some lifesize wax figures though in various forms of torture, which improved the visit a little. La Catedral de Lima, despite being beautiful, was unfortunately mostly ...