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... in the comfy bed before venturing out to the tour of Victor Delfin's art studio that I'd invited myself along to. Then out to
dinner - I was starving – I'd thrown up everything that had previously been eaten that day!
After wandering up and down the main streets of Barranco looking for a restaurant that appealed to me, I ended up at the first one I'd seen. Rustica was in a charming building with a courtyard garden at ...
... the faded remains of some frescoes of fish.
Although we were in the desert and in tropical latitudes, the weather was fairly pleasant, no doubt helped by the overcast sky.
Once we were back on the bus it was time to go to our next stop, this time to a restaurant for our lunch. The restaurant was very pleasant and I enjoyed a delicious lean steak ...
... beans from their pods for 3 or 4 hours, and ate gratitous amounts of vegetarian food. On our way from Lima, because of some bus drivers who laughed heartily of us, we found out that the place was run by the Hare Krishna. They respected our lack of faith, but it still made its mark on the experience, naturally. We got to join in on a couple of seremonies, which was interesting, with hours of chanting and singing. On one of our last ...
I took a picture of a man whom the guide said was a famous actor who now does documentaries. I ended up asking someone if they knew his name and was told he was Gonzalo Torres.
... breach! Now, what are we going to do?”
Bert shouted even louder this time.
hearing that, the people in the crowd broke into laughter. Some
forced themselves not to laugh, but they were grinning. The band
was playing Peru's El Condor Pasa. The platoon (42), all twenty one
(21) on each side from the left and right side , were now marching
to meet in the middle of the palace square.