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... learn. I worked a bunch until this one lady who works for the bus system (the Metropolitano) caught on to me and did everything in her power to make sure the bus drivers didn't allow me to play on the buses. I practiced some songs with my friend Lelé and then she had her cousin take professional audio and video of us. It'll take him 2 to 3 weeks at least to edit it all down for the finished product. My ...
Friday April 24 2015: slow start this morning, on the bus at 9.30 for an excursion into the desert to see the Pachacmac Ruins. Lima has in the last 5 years gone from having 15% to 60% middle class and has the fastest growing economy in South America, being the largest exporter of many goods. It is the 5th largest in gold mining, and has large deposits of natural gas in the highlands. Lima has a population of nearly 10m (mainly migrants) and has a chequered history ...
... On our way back to the mainland of paracas we came across some dolphins swimming close to shore. What a delight! More time by the pool and we soon set off for Lima, our last stop in South America (sob!). Dinner was emotional of course, over our beef heart dinner (may as well go out with a bang!) so glad we've been here to experience Jeiko's first tour. You did good Chico! Lima consisted of a massive and much needed chill out enjoying the beaches, cat ...
... conversations in English which did not involve talking about our favourite fruits - which is what we seemed to spend a lot of time at the Spanish school talking about, much to Matt's irritation. We had four days of individual lessons for four hours a day which felt pretty intense and tiring. We've learnt a lot (we think) but now need to try and consolidate everything. We've told ourselves we'll do this every evening, learning vocabulary and ...
... around our hotel in search of food. We managed breakfast, lunch and dinner with our return to civilisation and only needed toilets a couple of times. We were so washed out with our illness however, we spent most of our time in Lima sleeping so saw nothing of the city.
We did pick up a new member - David - and went out for dinner!! We'll just have to come back another time I guess... Off to Huanchaco.