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Nous commençons alors la journée enchantée d'être dans une ville telle que Lima en un jour si important.
Nous flânons dans les rues et tombons aussitôt sous le charme de ses innombrables places, parcs, rues et diversités de choses á voir.
Nous commençons par visiter la Plaza de Armas, où des milliers de gens sont rassemblés …
... a quaint little street.
That afternoon we had booked a Lima city tour and I was looking forward to seeing the highlights. We were met by Miguel our Condor rep and joined a small party of five other British tourists, only two of which would do the whole tour with us. Our first stop was the pyramid of Huaca Pucllana. Built in the fifth century, far predating the Incas, it is a huge adobe and clay complex, built by priests as an important ceremonial centre. It is ...
Four more long days at sea on our way to Lima. We took another cooking class, "Southern Comforts". Crab cakes, mac and cheese, corn bread, and apple brown betty. It was an afternoon class and since we eat what we cook we were stuffed and cancelled our dinner reservations.
It felt good to finally get on land. We docked in Callao, but the cruise line provided shuttles into Lima. We ran into our new friend, Deborah, ...
... been conveniently placed along one street so we didn't need to exert too much energy to witness this. Of course there's only so much a man and take and sooner or later we were being told by security guards to please stop literally lying all over the floor. Mercifully Joe was done soon afterwards and we returned home.
... nothing was odd. Cuz nothin' was. I caught an early flight to Cusco where I now reside.
One thing that took me by surprise was all of the Japanese faces in Peru. I knew there were lots of Japanese Peruvians, Alberto Fujimori being the most in/famous of the lot, but I was still surprised to actually see them walking around speaking ******ned Español! After Peru abolished slavery in the 1800s, ...
How has this hostel rated in the past?
This hostel was well located in the miraflres area.
The staff was very helpful.
The showers and bedroom were clean and the common room was cosy.
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