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Travel Blogs from Lima
... to have another early night so that we could wake up at 5am for an excursion to Lake Sandoval.
Lake Sandoval is part of the Tambopata National Reserve, a protected area of the Amazon. A 3km muddy trail led us to the Lake where we hopped into another canoe. En route, we saw a number of beautiful blue and yellow macaws. Their colours were so vibrant. As soon as we reached the lake, we witnessed brown cupuchin monkeys and ...
... which were fascinating. They house thousands of human skeleton bones. We also went to the local market where Paula showed us the local fruit and vegetables and all the local dishes which I found fascinating. The final stop of the tour was to a bar where the Pisco Sour was supposedly invented. The Pisco Sour is a mix of pisco (peruvian brandy), sugar, egg white and lime juice. They are huge all over Peru. Back to the hotel in time to meet the tour group. A large one with 16 of ...
... came out to hear Jim at the Pueblo Libre assembly where we attended our last 4 years in Lima.
On Friday, I spoke to the ladies in San Martin de Porres and on Saturday to women from several congregations at the Pueblo Libre Chapel. Jim preached there again (twice) on Sunday morning.
We have all of our meals occupied with "visits" that people want to have with us, some counseling, some answering of questions, and some just catching up since we saw them last. ...
... dropped by one if us on the trail. "Gracias amigo!" Carlos and I talk and exchange names and then I go back to my friends, but soon he's mishing it up the dune again. Needless to say we're not all totally comfy with a coked out crazy coming to hang with us in the dark at 2am. So I go for another intervention and more or less tell him to go to bed... His response, ' this is my backyard man, you're just a bunch of tourists that come through ...
... what Heidi Klum would wear for a
Sports Illustrated pictorial. A few pieces were for the protection,
and cover for the hands, and finger nails, making them look like gold
and silver gloves, with matching manicures en vogue!
The museum was founded by Miguel Mujica
Gallo. He started this collection at an early age. His love of
hunting led him to acquire many old weapons. On seeing a
pre-Columbian Tumi, (ceremonial knife), he was fascinated by ...