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... a hero for the fishermen of Chorillos, who pray to his image before heading out into the bay each morning, a tradition that has kept them safe for decades. After exploring the harbour, we piled back into our car and drove deeper into Chorllios, where our next destination was the bustling street market. As we stepped out of the car, I receiveD my second deposit of bird poo in 20 minutes? At least I was guarantee good luck for the day! Here, our guide seemed to know every ...
After 25 hours, a big nachos and no legroom we finally made it to Lima. Lucy managed to sleep for 9 hours LJK she didn't get a wink obv. Alphabet game as follows: A-apple B-bat C-condom D-dyrolite E-eggplant F-firelighter G-gyroscope H-hat I - iPhone J-Jam K-kite L-lamp M-money N-naughties O-Oreos P-poo R-rabbit S-sweets T-tom tom U-umbrella V-Viagra W-watermelon X-xylophone Y - yoyo Z ...
... the Death Road area are green (only half an hour from La Paz as you head into the Amazon region. Here it was common place to see coco leaves out drying on big tarpaulins.
The Lake Titicaca Area is green and everything grows - maize, corn, wheat, quinoa, stock. Everything appears more orderly than in Bolivia - the fields of grain neater and straighter and the road edges are tidier. I almost feel the people have a more upright and positive ...
Apr 23 The Larco museum is privately owned and located in Lima's Pueblo Libre district, a bus ride from Miraflores. It houses over 10,000 years of Peruvian pre-Columbian artifacts from over 13 different cultures, is well known for its erotic pottery, and is the number one museum to see in Lima. It is named after Raphael Larco Herrera and his son Raphael Larco Hoyle who wanted to retain archeological items in Peru. They did a good job. The ...
... and their faces snarling, the shapes of their bodies surprisingly intact. How are they cooked so that their expressions of terror are preserved? I asked Arturo wonderingly. We stopped twice. Once to taste some cherimoya; this is a tropical fruit with a greenish, lumpy skin and fat black seeds that was once lauded by the writer Mark Twain. The flesh of the fruit is white and as creamy as ice cream, a true manna of the gods. I instantly swooned with the taste ...