Royal Park Hotel
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... generation from now. That is an awareness much larger than what is available to someone who has not gone through an initiatory transformation.
The reason our culture does not provide such an initiation, however, may not just be that it has somehow simply forgotten, or foolishly abandoned, its traditional wisdom, and myopically asserted a mechanistic material world with no deeper spiritual purpose or significance. While true as far as it goes, this explanation does not ...
... a live band. Christmas decorations lit up the plaza. They were selling Picarones. Picarones is a Peruvian dessert made from squash and sweet potato. It comes in a doughnut shape, covered with in a sweet syrup. In the center of the plaza, men, women and children were lighting candles and sealing them to the pavements. This is typical in Colombia. The Festival of Lights occurs on the 7th-8th December in Colombia in celebration of the Immaculate ...
... and spiritual traditions; and the loss of the sense of uniqueness as everything becomes abstracted, generalised, categorised, mechanised, represented and rendered merely virtual.
More generally, despite apparently having at least secured ourselves some leisure (for what, by the way?), we now find ourselves slaves of the machine that was to liberate us, working longer hours and ...
... a gap year, VMT now receives much smaller groups and often only 1 or 2 volunteers compared to 40 or 50 back in 2003, so I was very glad we could go and be of some use for a few days and leave behind a donation to be used for summer activities.
Alejandro came and picked us up from Lima and took us out to the school. I was expecting to say hi to a few other people who are still working with Quest such as Marta and Lucho, but I ...
... inhabitants and like many of the places visited so far has an Old Town and New Town. Central to the Old Town area is the Plaza de Armas. This square is dominated by three prominent buildings – a Cathedral, the Archbishop’s Palace and the Government Palace. The construction of the Cathedral started in 1746, although several earthquakes resulted in the parts of the structure needing to be rebuilt. Interestingly, unlike many other cathedrals, this one is built ...