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... in palaces.
From there we walked to the old train station behind the palace which they have turned into a library and museum all about Peruvian authors. It was well presented, and it is so nice to see that they are preserving and using these old buildings rather than tearing ...
... out on a posh Italian restaurant which was totally delicious and about the equivalent cost as 2 Nandos burgers at home... money goes further in Peru! We found a great way of getting down to Cusco on the cheap through a company called Peru Hop. We'll be on their bus for 7 days going through Chincha, Paracas, Ballestas Islands, Huacachina, Nazca, Arequipa (including a tour of Colca Canyon), Ayaviri and finally arriving in Cusco in time for Independence Day. Down we go! Lisa & Peter ...
... such a scene in the carriage, and summoning the poor rail stewards to assist her in calling security. Her rantings continued on for most of the journey, with the steward desperately trying to reason with her and calm her down.
Of course, all of this was in Spanish, so I had no clue as to what it was about. My face to face travellers didn't speak English either, so couldn't enlighten me. At the end of the journey, the ...
... indigenous people safe from the conquering Incas, the Uros islands have allowed these people to keep their language and traditions alive for centuries. The island we visited was maybe 60 feet in diameter and was home to 6 families. Additionally, each island only has a lifespan of 25 years before the reeds rot and it sinks. It takes 9 - 12 months to build a new one and it is a great deal of work, so it's crucial that each island is well constructed to ensure the ...
... was never a problem so I was pretty shocked when she said there was no room at the inn and that checkout was in 5 minutes! We scrambled to pack our stuff together, our heads still a bit delicate from the night before. We looked up a hostel in the Barranco district and jumped in a taxi.
Unfortunately it soon became apparent that the taxi driver had no idea where the road was (Lima is so big this often happens). To make matters worse, ...