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I had a free day today so had a choice of visiting the famed Larco Museum, or go swimming with sea lions. Following on from my adventures of swimming with stingrays and turtles, I decided to go for the trifecta. Fernandez was summoned again to deliver me to the port of Calleo – it was quite a treat for me having my own driver at my beck and call at this spectacular hotel – I felt very celebrity worthy.
Along the coast ...
... She got us big time! We arrive in Lima in the middle of the night as our flight was delayed by two hours in Houston. The trip is already taking us and it is no problema as we have smooth sailing the rest of the way. On the way to our hotel, we learn about the earthquake in Chile as the road along the shore to our hotel is closed due to a tsunami ...
... empty and back and forth until we found an actual road. Yahoo! we're back in business! There were lots of police and soldiers at the airport - even tanks. I was taking photos and then I thought I was going to get my precious phone confiscated, so I put it away. There was lots of chitter chatter about people's journeys to the airport. One American ...
Then a disaster. We sat and waited for our guide for over half an hour, then called the "emergency" 24-hour hotline……and there was no answer! Finally, we got an answering machine and we left a message that we wanted our city tour the next morning at 10:00 a.m. We went on our own wandering expedition. John had done enough research that 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 ...