Hotel Soul Mate Inn
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... other way round: following a left hemisphere stroke, the right hemisphere delivers a complete world, not a half-world.
If you look at these representations of a ...
... into the central markets and nearly gagged with the overpowering smells of
fish and raw meat in small enclosed spaces. We then walked into Chinatown with
its many small Chifas (the Spanish term for Chinese restaurants). We then
worked our way back to San Martin plaza and then to Plaza Grau where we went
into a large shopping plaza to buy food. We had decided to try and cook some
meals in the hostel while we had the time and to give us the ...
... gets them ready for school, etc. The couple does not get a day off every week, but every once in a while. So, when they have the day off, they spend the day cleaning and doing laundry, etc., and consider this their family time.
The next house we visited was much smaller and in much rougher shape. The family did not want to invite us in because they don't have enough room for all of us. So we spoke on the stairs outside the house, but ...
... place. We drove past the beach-tsunami warning signs and evacuation routes everywhere, at least we know where to go if one comes. Very pebbly beach, surf and steep cliffs on the other side. We found our accommodation, used our amazing Spanish to thank the driver and were greeted by our host. Such a beautiful apartment. 3 bedrooms, all with double beds, and a washing machine! Yes please. First thing we did was about 3 loads of washing, our ...
... be staying at, but as we were originally arriving there at 2.30am I saw no need to pay the big bucks for an 8 hour sleep. We didn't paint the town red in Lima, in fact we didn't go beyond the hotel as we were tired from the early start that morning. They gave us a cracking lunch and then we went up to our room to nap and blog. Post Script: that night at dinner, who did we espy? None other than Mr Gotta-Get-To-Quito. I lit a virtual incense stick in honour to the Karma ...