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Monday, 2 Jun 2008 | Views [5328] | Comments [2]

  At 11am Carmen and I finally met out the front of the McDonalds in Miraflores. Her friend who used to be a police officer was waiting on the street in a taxi, ready to drive us to the shanty town of Pamplona, which is in the mountains nearby the ... Read more >


Monday, 2 Jun 2008 | Views [593]

Yesterday morning was slow. I got up at about 7am, hung out with Cesar's mum and cats at his house, and then went back to bed till nearly midday. I woke up so incredibly tired, realising that I was still experiencing the effects of jet-lag. Later when ... Read more >


Sunday, 1 Jun 2008 | Views [539]

Last night I met some Peruvian filmmakers, after Christian (Diana's couchsurfing host) invited me to go and see a short 20 minute film called Un Mundo Sin Colores (A World Without Colours). It was about racism between the people of Lima from different ... Read more >


Friday, 30 May 2008 | Views [515]

I share a bedroom with Cesars mother, which has a sheet of plastic separating us, a concrete floor, and a tin roof. It's morning, and the light is slipping through the giant gaps above the cardboard thin sheet door. Thank goodness it never rains in ... Read more >


Thursday, 29 May 2008 | Views [750] | Comments [1]

So, I have been trying to get in contact with Carmen Gomez, a woman in Lima who I have been in contact with over the net. She has been helping out with the earthquake that happened last August and also in the areas of child prostitution. It has been ... Read more >


Wednesday, 28 May 2008 | Views [480]

I was picked up at 11pm at Lima Airport by Joel, a nice young man I met on www.couchsurfing.com We caught the bus to his home in Callao, where I stayed the night in his small, tidy room. He slept on a matress on the floor, and gave myself and ... Read more >

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Wednesday, 28 May 2008 | Photo Gallery

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