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... excited but exhausted. We had finally made it and we had very high expectations. We worried and noticed the heat and for the first time in 24 hours, we all cracked a bit of a smile. We headed into customs and bag collection. When we hit the customs gate, the officer informed us that we needed $100USD to enter, no issues, just show us where the ATM is or we can pay by card. No, no atm, no card machines either, they would detain our passports until we could pay the $100. Not ...
... atm for some cash, delivers me at a friend's cafe where I while away an hour before the tour and heads back to the piazza to spruke for more customers for this 11am tour. I head back to the piazza at the wharf admiring the Maritime Headquarters building and the statue on the square, where I pose for another photo of me in front of a statue. I chat to two other girls who are doing this tour – a Chilean living in America, and Lisa ...
... and onion salad, washed down with a bottle of Cusqueña beer. Outside the restaurant local women were selling their hand-made wares; little hand knitted dollies and hats and stuffed toys; Alison bought some to take back home as gifts.
We continued our bus journey, marvelling at the contrasting scenery. Around tea-time we arrived at our hotel, the Casa Andina at Chincha. We had travelled 200 kilometres since leaving ...
... rates, sometimes, bring snacks for this day trip)
5. Hippie Area-I forget the name of it right now, it's up hill from Eco Packers, cool neighborhood and stairs to climb, fountain and shops, weekend outside mini-markets
6. Coca Cafe- up in the Hippie area is a tiny Coca shop with coca chocolate, coca ice cream, brownies, etc. if you're having trouble with breathing/nauseau try coca ($$ kinda pricey, but ...
As day four approached, we new that our time in Lima was close to an end. It would be on Tuesday that we would head to Cusco to begin our journey into the Machu Picchu region. We decided to head back to the Mira Flores area. Specifically, we wanted too see this historic site known as Huacca Pucllana. The taxi ride took us a few Soles (Lima Currency) to get there. This is an impressive site that at one time had large pyramids. Unlike those in other parts of the ...