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... magnificent Colonial architecture one of the many building we saw was Colonial City of kings Cathedral , President Palace (saw the changing of the guards,)San Francisco Catholic cathedral visited Catacombs beneath the church it was the first cemetery in Lima it has the remains of over 70,000 bodies we got to see lots of skulls, femurs, tibias ...
... of National Geographic’s Committee for Research and Exploration, has traveled across the globe supporting research projects at many of the sites we visit on our journey. He has received multiple grants funding his fieldwork from National Geographic and the National Science Foundation. Jan currently chairs National Geographic’s Global Exploration Fund—Northern Europe, and he also directs the Centre for Urban Studies at the University of Amsterdam. ...
... the group of Aussies. Juan Pablo and Johanna: Aussie, late 20s. Almost didn't make the tour. Had issues with their flights from Argentina. Juan's parents are Argentinian and he is a fluent Spanish speaker. Spent the morning walking around the airport asking groups if they were intrepid. Managed to strike gold and find us on the way to Puerto Maldonado Julie and Trudy: first generation americasians. Both originally from Texas. Now live in San Fran and New York respectively. ...
... effigies of Christ on the cross, pictures of saints gazing disinterestedly at us from the wood panelled walls and the whole place had a morbid, oppressive air. To make matters worse, our guide said we were going into the catacombs where there were graves and bones of church members, clergy and martyrs. Talk about bones! I have never (and probably never will) see as many bones again in my life as I saw in that cold, heartless tomb. They were old, covered in ...
I also took a close up of the corn - Peruvian corn is different from what we have. The first time I saw it, with those huge kernals, I thought it would be like feed corn and would be tough and stick to my teeth, but no, it is tender and tasty.