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Travel Blogs from Lima
... this pretty area, a long conversation arose about Pisco Sour. This is a superb drink made from Pisco (a white brandy) with lemon, sugar and egg white. Had we had one? ‘Of course!’ we exclaimed, ‘We loved our Pisco Sour in Chile!’ Oh dear. Do not mention a Chile PS to a Peruvian. The drink originates from Peru and of course, the Chileans do not have a clue how to make it. David stopped in his tracks and we immediately went into ...
... br> of time.
We could only imagine how hard it must
have been to fit into these suits of Armour. Maybe Vaseline would
help?? Furthermore, we talked about how one could wear all this
heavy metal; let alone be riding horses and charging at one another.
Some are so fascinating with strange details, and projections, while
some are almost laughable looking!
There were several suits of metal body
armour, that I thought ...
... Marc told the girl the best moment of his life was meeting Jenny, and Jenny had a nap on the stairs outside the church we went souvenir shopping where the boys bought a k-mart worth of **** to take home including a fantastically practical hat for a Canadian.
We went for all you can eat sushi-40soles which was pretty good value and met up with the rest of the crew there. It turns out when we left ...
... and as the group moved onto the next room, Rach quickly ran around and took some sneaky photos.
We proceeded on a walking tour of the city center where Rach ran into the Polica once again. This was as close as she dared to get.
Thinking that she was untouchable, she then posed next to a Playa sign. We never did translate that to find out what it meant, but pretty sure ...
... Parque de las Leyendas. He said he was leaving in 20 mins and could drive us close to there. We cleaned our teeth and got ready and headed out with him, we drove us to San Miguel plaza were we had been yesterday and the park is only a 10 minute walk around the corner. Carlos informed us he was going away that afternoon and we would not see him again, he was a very friendly and welcoming host and spoke great English, he even told us in the car ride he had lived in America for ...