Youth Hostel - Hostelling Internatinal Lima - Peru
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... New Roman'; background-color: transparent; vertical-align: baseline; ">Traditional Dress Descriptions: People usually wear hand-woven cloth, and the traditional dress worn by most Peruvian people is the Quechua style, which is a mixture of styles from Pre-Spanish days and Spanish colonial peasant dress.
... where the vans went suburb wise, out of the city back towards where we wanted to go. So we decided to do it the easy way and caught a metro up to the main road, Javier Prado and hop off (cost 1 sole, roughly 40c, each) and then grab a van going along towards La Rambla where we could walk to Lino's. Ended up being quite easy and certainly cheaper than a taxi. Blending in with the locals is becoming easier the more we travel. Obviously every city is different and their ...
... to a guided walk around Both the Sun Temple (native worship place) and the Catholic cathedral. Unfortunately we were unable to take pics of the cathedral inside, but it was so unbelievable that I simply had to share a pic, and good ole Google came to the party! The Quechua people worship Viracocha, the God of the universe. They find much of their communication through nature. We also learnt about Sharma's, Quechua priests if you will. I had many questions to ask, as ...
... I found the knotted cords used by the Incan messenger service as well as the various regalia of the Incan royalty fascinating. I saw some nose and ear plugs the size of small dinner plates!
After departing from the Museo Larco my awaiting cabbie drove me to my hotel and dropped me off after charging me an additional exorbitant fee. I scheduled my cab for the following morning as I would be departing for the bus station to catch my 6:45 AM bus to Ica very early.
About 2:30am, Rico and Holly were so tired so they were taken upstairs to a sofa in the living room while I stayed down in the garage with everyone chatting away. I gave up at 4:30am & head up, and I found a spot on a sofa to sleep but it was freezing! Eventually at 6am, all the ladies came up and 1 of them brought blanket for me as she felt sorry as I was shivering in ...