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Travel Blogs from Lima
... class for the evening, so after a quick lunch at a local vegetarian restaurant, we got ready to be picked up.
Unfortunately, the chef teaching us had just broken up with his girlfriend the night before, and was slightly depressed, disorganised and a bit sharp at times. After a trip to the local market, we learnt to cook a number of dishes, such as Papa a la Huancaina, Causa rellana, and mango ceviche, together with pisco sours. It was ...
... often hang with Bouganvillia and there are parks which feel safe and are well used
- the exception to all this is the historic centre of Lima: this is the part with the 16th century churches and other buildings - so very interesting but it felt much less safe and was a bit 'grubby'
- ATMs do indeed (as I'd been told) dispense USD which can be converted into the local currency. What surprised me was that most places now seem to prefer the local currency, the Neue Sole - we ...
... La Mar. This was possibly the best day of eating we've had in many many years.
Our second day we had grand plans to visit the markets in Lima. As expected, they were loud and chaotic. I tried buying some corn to pop, but we're not entirely sure if I bought the right kind, or am going to have to learn to make posole when we get home. For lunch, we tried Le Red. It was recommended by a taxi driver in Cusco, so of course we took his advice. The cebiche was certainly good, but ...
... put your bag wherever, sometimes on the roof, sometimes in piles of oil, cheap rain fly will save your bag)-DIVA CUP- best female product ever! I've had mine for years and haven't had to buy tampons or pads ever! They're Great for Travel. http://divacup.com/ (if you're not convinced you can buy female products, shampoos etc at any the tiny shops all over Peru)
Lima- (2-3 days)once you arrive taxi to Cirque ...
Woke early - 4.30 for 5.00 breakfast and pick up at 5.30 for airport for 7.30 flight to Lima. Needn't have bothered, plane delayed 3.5 hours. Which meant we missed connecting flight to Lima and therefore the following connection to Iguassu Falls. Got to LAN airlines troubleshooting counter. They told us the next best they could do was an overnight stay in Lima (their expense) and a direct flight the next day to Iguassu. During these discussions some guy pushed through ...
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