Sonesta Posadas del Inca Miraflores
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Today I achieved nothing. I don't really feel bad about it either. I've made no real attempts to explore the city, but in truth there doesn't seem like there's much to explore. It's functional and that's about it. The centre is supposed to be a bit grungy and honestly I'm just not that bothered. Not the travellar ethos. ...
... to check it out, we were going to go into this restaurant/bar on a pier but it may have been a little bit fancy and I was wearing a vest so we weren't allowed in! We then started to walk back to town, we wanted to get some food before the hostel BBQ this evening. Almost stopping for fast food we decided to try and find some reasonably priced local food. Apparently Lima is quite famous for it, especially ceviche! Despite Ryan ...
This was all very stressful and I'd dosed myself up to the eyeballs with flu pills so I could make it to Will's place in a suburb on the outskirts of Lima called Chorillos. Amongst other things we ate BBQ'd cow hearts (anticucho) on the roof terrace. And when I say roof terrace i really mean, unfinished upper level of the house. All houses here are unfinished because families build them one story at a time and save up before building another. Once there is a roof ...
... an almost unparalleled flowering of science and the arts based on the best of what both right and left hemispheres in conjunction can offer. From the right hemisphere came careful observation of the natural world (the pre-Socratic philosopher Thales correctly predicted and eclipse of the sun); a sense of the uniqueness of the individual, with interests that needed to be harmonised with those of the community, which itself was seen as a living, ...
... in the heart of the Miraflores district, for $40 a day. Can't find a hotel for that, and this is much more convenient.
We have a little (REALLY little) kitchen so we can buy fruit and bread at the market and have breakfast here. This morning we had fresh papaya. I suppose we could do lunch and dinner, too but I'm on vacation and there are too many good ...