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... only see the ruins atop a mountain called Cerro Victoria
According to archeologists, the Inca had thrived until the spanish came
Advanced technology beat the Inca in all its glory
The Inca had developed many things that relate to what people do nowadays
They taught us so much but we cannot teach them
For only their descendants remain
... the Pesos I couldn't exchange. After wondering around numerous shops and cafes, I finally found somewhere where I could spend exactly the amount I needed to to get rid of all my change and leave me with one 1000peso note (=£1 approx) and a 10peso coin for souvenirs. I was extremely proud of my achievement (the things we travellers do to entertain ourselves in airports)! I'm looking forward to starting my Peru tour tomorrow - ...
... about a water fountain park, which features a light show in the evenings. Myself and two other girls I met in my hostel went along to check it out. It wasn't quite on the scale we were expecting (I think we were led to believe it was on the scale of those at the Bellagio in Las Vegas!) Nonetheless, it was pretty cool, and something different to see.
Lima had taken me by surprise, I easily filled my three days there, and had a great time doing things I wouldn't normally ...
... we agreed to meet for dinner later as I still had presents to buy.... I headed to the large tourist markets nearby where there was a large range of things from Peru and Bolivia. Not as cheap as la paz but cheaper than Chile, after some warming up of my out of practice bargaining skills I picked up a couple of hammocks for Jim and Ashleigh and some other bits and pieces for friends birthdays etc. There were so many different stalls I took ...
... el " cocktail" de Lima, el Pisco Sour.
We arrived in Lima yesterday at 10pm after a smooth five hour flight from Miami. How many films did you watch girls? They say "only 3". We skipped the meal, of course, after the famous paella in Miami.
The hotel we chose is in Miraflores and today is a day of impasse to get Peruvian phone numbers and to read a bit more of the Lonely Planet Peru, the first one we have on ...