El Condado Miraflores Hotel & Suites
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... hold out for my mum's cooking. However one thing i am definitely staying away from is their liking for cuy or guinea pig. They eat them, as do the Bolivians, ecuadoreans and south colombians. About 30% of families keep their own stock so they'll never go short. They don't name them, they're not pets. Apparently now peru is exporting guinea pigs to China (I'm not that surprised, are you?)! They also drink liquidised ...
... the door about 4 times on one journey, I think I got this bus thing sorted. Along the road and by bus stops there are always delicious snacks but few you would recognise as snacks if you were foreign to Peru. Along with fresh fruit in packets and a selection of nuts and dried fruit, there are various stalls selling rolls with just avocado (when your avocado tastes this good... Why not?) and in the evening, women will stand with trays of churros stuffed ...
... The air temperature is not exactly boiling . . . Lima sits in a sea mist and it's a constant haze. We found some lunch and spent the afternoon wondering! Back to the hotel for a quick Ciesta and then met the others we would be travelling with. We went out to a local Peruvian place for dinner with out guide (had the lemon sour drink made with egg white) and then very early to bed for a very early start the following ...
... trips to Cusco and Vegas I was happy to relax.
One place I would recommend is the "Water Circuit". A series of water fountains in a parque reserva, including some you could walk through and a water/light show with images projected on to the water accompanied by music which was pretty impressive.
After my final visit to Lima I continued south to ...
... into the sand dunes right above the pounding Pacific Ocean took my breath away. Actually the whole Pan-American highway has been stunning, the barren and vast desert land, the tall Andes, the coastline, and the sandy and dusty towns that look half deserted. Monday 09 June: highlights of today include seeing: a ridiculously dressed dog, the bridge of sighs, Plaza del Armas, the San Francisco Church and catacombs, and finding a Starbucks whilst I was wandering around ...