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... in 300-400 A.D. It was built before Incas. Incas was the main tribe in Peru and finding the old ruins being built before Incas was very amazing and shocking to people in Peru. It was buried under huge hill until 1980’s. The tribe, Wari, lived there and they built walls around the site and they built with small 2x5 rectangles and put it next to each other. Together, the rectangles formed a wall…it was ...
... a manageable 12 people), I made myself a menu on the spot and called my mum for some tips. Stuffed peppers and courgettes, stuffed chicken, spiced beef rice with pine nuts, Tzaziki, spicy aubergine salad and a fresh salad. Figs and yogurt with honey for dessert.
After Jessie and I had lugged all of the ingredients back home and I had allowed myself a siesta, I ate some dinner and headed out to a rock bar in Barranco. It was good ...
... chicken, some form of potato, deep fried fish and the famous cow heart. All was very tasty. This was accompanied by our first Pisco Sours, a drink made from grapes which includes lemon and strangely, raw egg white. The egg white really
made the drink as it acts as a frothy head. The guys clearly are passionate about their beautiful country and provided us with some great tips on what to do in Peru. Luis even drew us a map and itinerary ...
... the Redeemer" which most Latin American cities seem to host.
From this square we travelled to the Main City square which is embraced on three sides by the three main elements of society here, the Presidential Palace, the Hall of the People and the Cathedral (now a museum). We were able to wander around this square for a few minutes, changed some US$ into the local Nuevo Sol currency before walking up a few streets to ...
First couple of days in Peru we explored Lima. First day we visited a cathedral, a monastery, watched local celebrations and change of guards. Second day we saw a pyramid built by Lima culture in AD 400 and explored a museum full of pottery, rugs and jewellery from inca and pre-inca ...