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Peru is a blessed country when it comes to great tourist destinations and activities, making the entire route from Lima to Machu Picchu a very entertaining endeavor from beginning to end. Starting your way from the capital city of Lima to the ancient stone city of Machu Picchu up in the highlands will have you travelling throughout many different regions and provide a literal plethora of interesting adventures ...
... only. + cheap, but delicious dinner - taxis. Every time they drive past us they honk so that you know they're there if you want a ride. Also. Because of our tourist appearances (shorts, blonde hair, peeling sunburns) we get honked at from the cabbies ALL THE TIME!! -/+ traffic. Crossing the street def keeps you on your toes. But if you're not in a hurry it's kind of entertaining to watch. We saw an ambulance stuck in behind traffic on a side street. ...
The next chapter of our trip was booked via intrepid and covers some Peruvian highlights including the Amazon jungle, Inca trail, Puno/lake titicaka and finishes up in la Paz Bolivia. . The official meeting point: Hotel Inka path in Lima. The guide Augusto: from Cusco originally. He has been a guide with intrepid for something like 15years and has done the inca trail around 300+ times. He started off on shakey grounds giving the group a 1.5 hour lecture on what intrepid was about, ...
... thee, O man, what is good; and what doth the LORD require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God?'
Sunday afternoon we had a guided tour around Lima city. It was a bus tour with quite a number of other people, I was tired and not really looking forward to it. To be honest, a nap sounded a better option! However, we clambered onto the bus and it set off for one of the two main squares. We passed the Justice Palace, ...
... we went to a restaurant for lunch, saw some folk dancing and saw a Peruvian Paso horse dance. Paso horses' gaits are similar to Tennessee Walking Horses, except the Peruvian horses are born knowing how to do that gait, they don't have to be trained to do it, thus sparing them from some of the barbaric ways that Tennessee horses are trained.