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I wandered down to the pacific today. The beach itself is gravely and a bit rubbish looking (though there are a lot of surfers). Apart from a road that runs long it there are high cliff tops that separate it from the rest of the city. It's across these and the parks that dot them that I walked along. In a cliffside mall I found a bookshop that ...
... The office is in a quiet area, off of a main road. My first impression was 'these are houses, right?' The office blocks here are wedged between residential blocks. The area is clean, green and sunny. Mili had told me that just moving inland a few miles can drastically change the weather you experience. So true. The coast is much more humid and foggy (also given that it is closer to the capital business district and the smoke from cars could contribute to ...
... atoms, nor mixtures, but compounds with rich emergent properties, nowhere dreamed of in the single human heart.
Some people have thought I might be subtly decrying reason or exalting emotion. But I should remind you that both hemispheres are involved ...
downtown to catch up on the sites we still wanted to see. This time we got a
taxi all the way into the main plaza to see the changing of the guards. We had
heard that there were planned protests so the police presence and barricades
meant we couldn’t get to the palace fence but the view from the nearby
cathedral steps wasn’t too bad. The ceremony with goose stepping guards ...
... goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart." Today I experienced this, in fact we all do. The beach is always a place to requelish and relax, and with everything going on of me being sick, and getting frustrated not knowing spanish, it's really the place you're in and how much you absorb the environment that matters.
I learned some amazing history today, about the ruins of Pachacamac, but there are a couple ...