Miramar Hotel Lima
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... or letting them fall apart.
We ate lunch at an outdoor cafe a block from the Plaza - causa (potato and veggies) and lomo saltado (beef, onions and fried potatoes in a sauce) and Armando had papas a la huancaina ...
... guy had to report to police! It was only when I began phase two of the day's travel that I found out the story, from three siblings who had been on the same carriage.
Apparently 'Crazy Lady' had encountered the German guy the day before at Machu Picchu. He (and some others) had blocked her path on a track while some llamas crossed in front of them. She caused a massive scene there, ranting that she 'was more important than ...
... of it's inhabitants. Furthermore, each island has a president who is elected every year and all of the islands are overseen by a president who is elected every four years. They even have their own justice system and can enforce laws and punishments (with the exception of killing someone). While the tour showed us some amazing places, we couldn't help but wonder if the islanders could better preserve their lifestyles if there weren't hoards of tourists flooding in ...
... some locals turned up to share the cost, though of course, I got stung there too – they claimed the 2 kids only counted as one person!
Caral is supposed to be over 5000 years old in places and thereby the oldest known settlement (65 hectares in all) in the Americas, as old as the pyramids in Egypt. Sadly very little remains but, like Egypt, it was the dry and sand that helped preserve the buildings. There are some ...
... in our room later that night we were surprised by a knock on the door, we hesitantly opened it to see the door man and his friend at our door. He had tracked us down - there were no other Gringos in town that we saw - he introduced us to 'Wilber' our driver for the following day saying he would be outside the hostel at 8am. Drifting into an uneasy sleep we prayed things would go well the following day. Our prayers were answered, it was a good trip, Wilber was a ...