El Pueblo Resort & Convention Center
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We're only staying in Lima for 2 nights so we thought today we would do the free walking tour and explore the place a bit better. Before the walking tour we went for a walk by our hostel and we found that Lima is very American with all the food chains you'd find there over here such as Popeyes Chicken and Chuck E Cheese. They also have a lot of malls which are very similar to in North America. The walking tour was meant to start at 11am but the guides were late and it started about ...
... psychological, spiritual. To say our global civilization is becoming dysfunctional scarcely conveys the gravity of the situation. For humankind and the planet, we face the possibility of great catastrophe. For many forms of life on the Earth, that catastrophe has already taken place. How can we make sense of this tremendous paradox in the character and meaning of the West?
If we examine many of the intellectual and cultural debates of our time, particularly near ...
... counters and foods from all over the world. Max was like a kid in a candy store, and I must admit I dud have crackers and laughing cow cheese spread in my hand a tine point. Dragging ourselves out we went to say goodbye yo Scott and Jenna who had headed up to La Luncha and them headed back to the hostel for the rest of the evening. I did manage to sort out Diane and her phone... As she'd been too busy talking when we were leaving Huaraz shed forgotten to pickup her ...
... images, as well as those below, of mushrooms found in numerous cultures. By worshiping science and technology, modern man has lost touch with the magic of Nature. Any good healer in the Amazon will point out how we in the west are enthralled by illusion, living life separated from Spirit and therefore confusing a dream with reality. I often consider a comment made by Henry ...
... a tour. Lima's traffic is very bad. See the photos for more story on the various places we visited. Topped of the day with dinner in a typical Peruvian restaurant. We head off early tomorrow to fly into the jungle with no phone or email, so we'll have to save all the stories for Sunday or Monday when we reach ...