Youth Hostel - Hostelling Internatinal Lima - Peru
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the high mountain where the child will be sacrificed. At the mountain, the child would wait at the lower elevation part of the mountain with the priests while the other prepared the burial site at the summit of the mountain. At the summit, the child is given a maize alcohol to ease the pain or fear of dying. Then the child is placed in the tomb where they die of exposure. Most mummies (including the one I discovered) have fractures on the ...
... what was next. Two of the Americans also did the tour so we continued building our friendship. Our tour guide showed us where the bus station was and took us from Miraflores to downtown. We saw the changing of the guards, one of the major churches, and markets. We had empanadas (yummy) and had our first Pisco tasting (both sour and creme). It was a good introduction, but by then we were leaning more towards leaving Lima quickly to head ...
... search of a ceviche. Ceviche is a cold seafood soup. The seafood is raw but cooks in the lemon juice broth. Tomatoes and onions are added and sometimes other things depending on which region or country you are in. Well, we searched high and low but all we could find were shops that were closed or Chinese food places. Strike 3. We later learned that Ceviche is mainly a lunch time thing so we are going to try again tomorrow. I am a bit nervous ...
... there are three volcanoes towering over the town and the streets are cobblestone, very quaint. They have a great food market here, had the best freshly squeezed juice, yummo! We had a wander around the town, lots of colonial buildings and a lovely cathedral at one end of the main square, very pretty. As usual food was on our mind so we went to a French creperie and had crepes - I was in heaven! I tell you what, we aren't going hungry! All so cheap too, which just means we can eat ...
... he put 3 white ones in his hand and almost swallowed them if I had not grabbed his hand. After another 10 minutes he understood ...