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Travel Blogs from Lima
... and streets. It is still in the process of being uncovered as it was all under a dirt hill. Unfortunately 2 thirds of it was destroyed by current civilisations building over it.
The next day we were back at the airport to take our flight to The Amazon Jungle...
P.S A couple more videos to come in this post once we get better internet. I mean who would of thought the middle of the Amazon would have poor internet haha
... It had a plethora of nice cafes and restaurants, one of which gave us a wonderful view of the ocean. On my own, one day, I ventured into a district I cannot for the life of me remember the name of, to visit Museo Larco. I got a long bus ride, a well-needed history lesson, and a good day out of it all. The museum was located in a beautiful mansion with a garden I could have spent days in.
Our hostel, Alfredo ...
... and when we donned wet suits and plunged into the sea, they came rushing up to greet us, their heads held high in the water, smiles on their faces. Oh, I didn’t mention the jelly fish! I have never seen so many different species and my word, some of them were big. I probably would not have leapt into the water quite so enthusiastically if I had realised they, too, were in on the act (see pic).
Today is our last day in Peru and we ...
... the farthest one, there was a room with prized paintings.
gem in the city of Lima is the Museu del convento de San Francisco,
Church and Convent of San Francisco), which is probably the most
significant religious complex in Lima, and the most impressive
monument of Colonial architecture in all of Latin America. It one of
the "musts" in Lima, with a highly recommended tour through
the monastery. It gave us an impressive ...
... complex built into the cliff face itself. Pretty impressive if I must say. Eventually though I managed to make my way to the actual beach only to find that the "sand" is actually black stones varying in size from small pebbles to rocks as big as your fist. Interesting, but as uncomfortable as hell to lay on or walk on barefoot. That, and they make a godawful crashing sound every time a wave comes up. Despite the noise, I think I ended up falling asleep for a ...