B&B Del Tigre Lima
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... people in many forms. These people never devoted a written language, but much information about their lives can be deduced from the pottery. For example, one of the diseases which plagued them was goiter as many of the small statues appear with enlarged neck glands. The museum also has some examples of Inca weaving and fine gold and silver work. The next morning we flew to Arequia, the second largest city in Peru. It is known as ...
... looming over a vast entrance yard, we disturbed huge flocks of pigeons that had come here to be fed by tourists clutching boxes of seed. Feeling very much like we were in a Hitchcock film as the small birds beat their wings ferociously around our heads, we ducked inside the large atrium and waited for our tour. Our tour guide led us out of the main hall, past beautifully decorated walls and up a sweeping wooden staircase, a huge ornate Moorish dome arching above. Carved out of ...
... across blocked roads and traffic being redirected. So we jumped off the taxi approximately 3 blocks from where we wanted to, but the walk was great...we got to see all the army heavy machinery in all its glory....just as I remembered. We reached Avenida Brazil and walked up to Avenida Javier Prado. This is were we used to walk from our grandmother's house to see the troops getting ready for the parade. And there they were....all the armed ...
... stock, usually white. The dam and Iguazu falls made an impression. Huge rivers; Parana and Iguazu both.
Brasil - rolling country, with, again, fairly straight roads.
Cropping!!!! Hectares and hectares of maize and then sugar cane! The only way to harvest this quantity must be with BIG machinery. Other crops also featured and lots of trees including tall eucalyptus - straight up! The red/orange of the earth is a strong feature from east of ...
... I love the most - eating in the markets and at night. I will take heed of the insect repellant needed as well, I can't take malaria medication as it makes me quite ill. :( I have organised a city tour in the morning and a visit to the famous Larco Museum tomorrow afternoon - http://www.museolarco.org Dinner, washing, and Skyping with Jess tonight :) Buenos Noches Me ...