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Travel Blogs from Lima
... kinda creepy.
My Dad found his cool crucifix when he was in Lima a long time ago. He has worn it ever since. So Alex and I wanted to find a crucifix from Lima for ourselves. We went through about 100 little shops and did not find one that would work. They were either too thin, too big or cheaply made. I do not know why all of these little shops sell the same thing. We will keep looking.
... my previous life. She lives with her husband Juan and two children on the second floor above Clarisa's house, where they are in the process of building their own home. Denisse prepared a midday meal of arroz con pollo and papas a la huancaina, something I have learned to prepare but there was no comparison. The flavours were exotic. Meals are taken together so we became part of this extended ...
... central bus station and walk the rest to so as not to miss the sights along the way. Taking his advice, we alight at the central station we appreciate how huge this place is and it is all underground! Very impressive.
As we walk from the station to the Plaza we get to appreciate the colonial architecture in this part of town, particularly the ornate wooden balconies jutting from the upper floors. The lower floors are occupied by a wide variety of shops ...
... I think it made his day!
Probably because driving in Lima is as good as a death wish as I found out soon after. If I thought the airport was chaos it was unfairly labeled after my first experience of the Lima rush hour! Think masses of vehicles merging in and out of imaginary lanes, leaning continuously on their hooters, disregarding all forms of traffic signals!
What a start to this great adventure!
... same as flying in, but your perspective will have shifted - and that makes all the difference to what you see.
Now, where next?
Jennifer Moss ...