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... taxi safe' at us) and went to Barranco district to meet our group! It was like the first day of school all over again... Leanne was very concerned they'd all be losers and I was hoping we didn't have a group full of moody shawwwns and head-band Vickys. Despite our fear of the unknown we think we're going to be ok! After the brief meeting about the tour (it was nice to have an idea of what were going to be ...
We arrived in Lima mid afternoon and had the balance of the day to relax. In the evening we were taken to one of Lima's finer restaurants for a farewell dinner. The group we had spent the past 10 days with was about to disband. This group was made up of people on a 10 day excursion, a 16 day excursion (of which we were the only ...
... part. Driving in to Lima it was clear that the city is huge as it took an hour to get from the outskirts into the bus terminal. We are not fans of cities particularly and had decided to stay only one night before catching a bus out to Tumbes the next day, the very North of Peru on the border with Ecuador. However looking at hostel prices in Lima earlier, and realising it would cost a relatively expensive taxi to get out to a hostel ...
... silver, and fine jewelry embedded with native semi-precious stones. (I'll leave you guessing about which one came home with me).
The day brought a bunch of other surprises, including the fine tastes of Inca Kola! The stuff is so good, it's no wonder Coke couldn't compete... (they bought them instead).
We met a couple Chicago girls from our hostel and bonded over lunch at La ...
... lemon, salt and chili with seafood that would melt on your fork. It was probably one of the most tasty and unique meals that we have had in South America and that's not just the super strong piscos talking.
In the afternoon we wandered further along the coast, checked out the beach and watched the parasailors glide past the cliffs edge. Turns out there was also some comic relief from a local English Bulldog. With owner trailing behind and skateboard in ...
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