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Travel Blogs from Lima
... a plane and seat so that the plane can be balanced. They are small zesna planes and there's 5 of us the the 2 pilots. One of our pilots looks 12! He collected us from the hotel and went I saw him I had to ask our guide did she think he was old enough to drive us. Anyway got the all clear and off we went. Very twisty as the plane rotated left and right so you can see the ground and the various formations. It's a vast vast flat plain, made up of a white sandy ...
... straight out for some ceviche as a late lunch/snack - yum! Definitely a good start. After a short stroll along the clifftops of the coast, we then ended up having a pretty nice Italian (yes it feels odd whist in Peru but we really craved some pasta) for dinner, so all in all it was a good first evening!
The next day we set off to join the free walking tour, but ended up binning it off not long in as we were hungry and decided to do our own walking ...
... her... So she said things like "don't expect a rock to come falling down if you push a brick or a secret passenger to open up"... We also learned quite the fun fact, Lima is considered to be located in a desert because it literately never rains (the first time our guide saw rain she was 12 and it was in Cuzco) the air humidity however is very high, it can approach 100%25 in the wet season. At the end of the day we walked around in the park Malecón which is situated on the ...
... tourist heart of the city, to do some shopping and to have the luxury of finally eating something good. We ate at a Middle Eastern restaurant, a dinner refreshingly different from the diet to which we are accustomed to since we are traveling in Bolivia and Peru. The birthday passed between presents and the beach, where Nina was finally able to ride a few waves on a board; the promenade is very nice, and to see the ocean after all these weeks spent at over three thousand meters in ...
... and once again took advantage of the executive lounge and had some dinner. We also had another staple of Peru, the national drink, Pisco Sour. It is a limey type drink that uses egg whites and bitters to top it off. It is okay, but only one is enough since it is so sour.
Tomorrow is the first day at the office in Lima. I will be starting at 8am sharp and surprisingly I am looking forward to it.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking