El Condado Miraflores Hotel & Suites
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... peculiar Gaudi style, there was a large statue of a couple kissing in the center. There was also a parade of paragliders nearby, taking off and landing in the same field because the strong ocean winds lifted them up as soon as they stepped off the cliff. We continued our whirlwind tour of Lima's historical center driving past museums, the Presidential and Municipal Palaces, and Inca ruins. We could definitely notice ...
... The time came and i had to jump into the ocean. Were 3 second in which i felt my body was getting cut in pieces by a knife because of the cold water but the wetsuit made its work soon and i was warm in a few seconds.
For my lucky, my friend Danny was close to me that he helped me into get closer to the sea lions and there i was!! in the middle of the mother nature in real time! feeling like a sea lion on the water.
I didn't expect so much ...
... of food is served.
Chinese-Peruvian food has become one of the most popular types of food
in Peru. Other classic Peruvian food or meals include grilled meats, guinea pig, rice, corn and potatoes. Will go into detail of our meals as the blog progresses...
We arrived at lunch time, quick check in and was out the door to find some lunch. Headed to La Lucha Sandwich bar which was high on ...
... the importance of the "Huaca Pucllana". By then people had lived on the site, motorbikes had ridden there, Armando said he remembers friends flying kites there, and developers wanted to build houses on the site so some of the site had already been damaged or destroyed.
It is believed that the complex was the ...
... some strong, hot coffee to keep us awake. As soon as we got there the first people we saw were Stephen and Alison, who had arrived on the flight from Mexico an hour before us. We all looked completely knackered, and regaled each other with tales from our own separate flights. At least we were all reunited again and now the Peruvian adventure could start in earnest! :-)
Our very pleasant guide, Rosario, advised us that there was a Lima city tour at ...