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The hotel is perfect for a night stay if you are transiting in Lima. Near to airport. The staffs are really good and very helpful. They speak good english too.
I highly recommend this hotel..
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... being installed outside of our quarters for us, to buy the hand made blankets, hats and gloves. We were allowed to try on traditional cloths (who would have thought these ladies wear skirts with the weight of at least 5kg) and while we're standing for pictures the local kids with their big, sunburned cheeks and running noses play in the sand and chase the dogs around. A picture burned into my membrane as if somebody had planned it. Leaving this mountain sanctuary was hard. ...
... jelly" or jell-o as well as "cookies" or soda crackers for the past 48 hours. I think it's kind of funny the different names they give things. My favorite part of this whole getting sick thing was honestly the tea and watching movies in spanish. The tea because, it is pronounced the same in both English and Espanol, and the movies because I have been picking up on a couple of words. Whenever I heard a word ...
... came out to hear Jim at the Pueblo Libre assembly where we attended our last 4 years in Lima.
On Friday, I spoke to the ladies in San Martin de Porres and on Saturday to women from several congregations at the Pueblo Libre Chapel. Jim preached there again (twice) on Sunday morning.
We have all of our meals occupied with "visits" that people want to have with us, some counseling, some answering of questions, and some just catching up since we saw them last. ...
... we were shattered, and managed to sleep through a sizeable amount of it! On arrival to Peru we were greeted by our driver, who took us to our hotel, giving us a few shocks on the way, including stopping by a hostel in downtown Lima!! When we were dropped off we were pleasantly surprised, with a beautiful lobby, dining room, and clean room! After a short nap, we went out to explore the area of Miraflores in Lima, which is a very vibrant town, but not ...
... 8 years. He was born in Cusco, Peru, but raised fort he first 15 years of his life in the Amazon. In Peru when you get your teaching degree, you must work the first 5 years in a remote area of the country that the government chooses for you. When Ruben was born his mother took him (left his father in Cusco) and taught in a remote village in the Amazonian rainforest. After her mandatory 5 years, it took her another 10 years to get a job back inCusco. ...