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... Lima Main Square
Back to hotel to get some rest....
in the evening and night
14. San Martin Square (excellent for night photos)
15. Jr. De la Union streetwalk
16. Lima Main Square
17. Lima Cathedral
18. Government Palace
19. Lima Municipal Palace
been exhausted back to hotel.
... a few markets - still refraining to buy much as we still have a few weeks left of travel (im finding this very hard!!). We had Chifa for dinner - massive plate of duck noodles and beef and black bean stir fry, so massive we probably only got through half!
Lima is pretty westernised and modern so you don't get a real feel for Peruvian way of life except through the food, you definitly get the experience of Peruvian food and cuisine here in Lima.
... the weekend to do some jungling before my flight to Cusco on Monday 24th. I get a day in Cusco before a night bus arriving in Puno for 6am. We'll have until lunch to explore Puno, before getting back on the bus and heading to Copacabana for lunch and perhaps dinner. I'll end up in La Paz 10:30pm on the Tuesday and will stay there for 2 full days before getting a direct bus from La Paz to Cusco, then a flight from Cusco to Lima. It will be a mad rush, but I definitely want to ...
... started crying. No joke, there were a few tears. That was a solid month of weird sleep patterns and plane neck to erase and she did it like a pro. After this is settled into my pedicure not really knowing het to expect. I can honestly say, no one, ever, has paid that much attention to my feet before. I'm starting to feel human again. I walked downstairs and met up with the girls and they proceeded to stroke my feet and marvel ...
... more people to study the Bible. Jim taught them how to use them most effectively and inspired them as to the worth of this ministry. Each one gave a report of successes and problems and plans for the future. Some of the people were friends we've known since we arrived in Peru as young missionaries 30 years ago.
We were happy to honor Gordon Wakefield who has worked with Emmaus and used the courses for 50 years here in Peru. He and his wife, Florence, were the ...