Suites Larco 656
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Ci svegliamo a Cusco, ma dopo aver preso un aereo, ci troviamo a Lima, esattamente nel quartiere di Miraflores.
Il nostro autista Lino ci porta ad alta velocità stile Fast and Furious in hotel, perché ci spiega che alle 13 il centro città viene totalmente chiuso per via di una festa cittadina (strano no?).
Arrivati in tempo, in …
... packages of joy before, but they had not been as perfectly cooked as these. Jimmy explained that she was the best in Lima at making them, and the queue that stretched down the street was certainly testament to that. As well as the corn bread, she was selling sweet potatoes, their charred skin straight out of the fire, the insides melting and soft. She was a resident of the shanty town that we would visit later in the day, each day hauling her baskets up and down the vast ...
... little early and had an opportunity to walk around and see some of the beautiful horses in the Hacienda. This is a charming place that alllows guests to enjoy a new way of celebrating and sharing the best of Lima: the elegant Peruvian Paso Horse, the delicious and famous Peruvian Criollo Cuisine, and a varied Folkloric show, all this in a very attractive surrounding. The Rizo Patrón family, owners of the hacienda, has been traditionally linked to agriculture, cattle breeding, ...
... still appear to be hand harvested - I guess labour is cheap.
Later we got to rolling country above 4000m with small amounts of cropping and alpaca herds. Still later on near Nasca and the coast we were on desert lands - dry, rocky and/or sandy, but with a surprising amount of horticulture along the river valleys. Where there is water there is growth! - fruit, asparagus, grapes and more grapes, all covered to keep the sun/birds off.
The towns still ...
... cultures. There are some textile artifacts. A very interesting display shows two skulls that have undergone trephination, a medical procedure of carving a hole in a person's skull. The reason for this radical operation may have been to remove bone fragments after being clubbed in a fight or it may have been a cure for some mental condition or to relieve swelling of the brain. Many of the subjects survived these operations because a ...