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Travel Blogs from Lima
... at birth to be sacrificed in the future. After that, headed to Santa Catalina Convent. A large complex which belongs to the San Francisco nuns. I know, more religion!! I'll be sainted!! Anyway it's an interesting spot. They lived very well for nuns. Rest of the day is spent wandering around town for the day in the roasting sun. Had Guinea Pig for dinner. Plate arrived out with this full Guinea Pig, spread flat out on it. Tastes very like chicken but hugely ...
... ourselves prepared by playing a bottle cap drinking game introduced to us by a cool Danish guy, which involved blowing bottle caps off the top of a bottle into a cup. The game involved another classic experience with a moron (a British guy called Larry) who got carried away with the drinking, with the bottle cap in the bottom of the cup he ended up swallowing the cap and choking... The heroes, Ash and the Dane, sprung into action like something straight out ...
... luminosa sentosa, or shining path terrorists. The district is now one of the richer areas of Lima, and a bit arty. We travelled on to see an old church, famous bridge where you cross, hold your breath and get a wish. Then we heard the legend of the monk. My fellow cyclists were a crazy Italian, sensible Canadian, and a couple of German teachers who were Tango dancers in their spare time.
After the cycle, I needed to buy a camera, where the Google translator ...
... tinged flavors. We found a place just a
short walk from the parking lot where Paul, our taxi driver, said he
would wait for us. The owner prided himself on cooking authentic
Peruvian dishes, based on recipes that have been used by the Mayan
Indians. As I sip a taste of Inca Cola, a non alcoholic drink, the
Mayan Aztecs seemed very close at hand. While today, it can be
bought readily as a ...
... obesitat en nens, a les escoles que vŕrem visitar ens van dir que veien que ara els nens estaven menys malalts i tenen més energia les activitats de classe. Ens van explicar que la meitat de nens del Perú en pre-escolar, tenen problemes de desnutrició. Dos mons.
Va ser també molt bo per l’Elena i l’Ariana d’estar en contacte amb una altra realitat i com elles també poden fer coses ...
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