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Today we had lunch with some of his Carranza Cousins - cousins from his mother's side. They took us to the Regatas Club for lunch - one of the nicest private clubs in Lima. We had a great visit, caught up on old times and new news, and ate great food.
Here are the cousins in the photo on the left - Ingrid, Lida, Edith, Tete, Armando, Olga, me and Tato (Olga is Tato's wife).
... and was not very clean either. Some of the group got in the water, but there was just too much garbage for me.
After the tour at Pachacamac, we went to the Inka market back in Miraflores. This area is mainly a tourist shopping area (AKA tourist trap) - lots of touristy junk. There are several markets, mostly with the ...
... is on offer, but they had free Wifi and were televising a football match I wanted to watch.
Phase three begins - a cab ride to Cusco airport (10 sole's - $4.00) and a flight to Lima on Star Peru airlines.
Final phase four of a long day's journey - filled in a few hours layover at the modern Lima Airport, using Wifi and grabbing some dinner - then a 'red eye' overnight flight to Miami on Spirit Airlines - America's ...
... down the other. I had considered that it would probably be a paradise for a rally racer and then realized that our driver must have been thinking the same thing as he sped around each curve. After stopping for lunch we continued on a dirt road. This section was only wide enough for one vehicle in most places and had a sheer drop of thousands of feet on one side (of course there were no guard rails). This would get really interesting when a truck would be approaching ...
... The most popular among tourists tends to be the lavish Miraflores and Barranco districts. These districts line the coastal headlands that fall to the ocean with a mix of sand and rocky beaches. More expensive than Central Lima, Miraflores offers some of the most acclaimed restaurants in Peru, as well as a number of different parks, high rise apartment buildings, street vendors of its own, and a number of local gems for coffee, food, and drinks.