El Sauce Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... city is growing too rapidly, as people come from the uplands to seek better opportunities. Population is now 10 million, and I see lots of babies. Vehicular traffic looks like any western city, except the buses are a motley group. There are 300 some private companies, all driving any old thing, from large tour-type buses to jitneys, some of them ancient. Lima faces two pressing problems: one is transit - there is no subway or train system, altho we ...
... after the 1920s. They had an earthquake back then that made the city walls fall down and they decided not to rebuild them because their city was large enough to defend itself (it's now a population of 10 million people). Sylvia, our local guide, told us all about the history of Lima, and Peru. There are over 300 archaeological sites in Lima. They have ancient pyramids that the Spanish came out and destroyed. We were taken into the main square in old Lima where ...
... thru Miraflores, through Kennedy Park (fewer cats this time) to our lunch place. Most of us had ceviche and then I had pasta with chicken and some vegetables. Like much of the lodge food, it seemed too oily, wonder what kind of oil they use. Then we walked to - are you ready for this?- a giant archaeological site in the middle of Miraflores, Huaca Pucllana. It is an enormous adobe and clay pyramid built of vertical clay bricks into seven staggered platforms. It served as ...
... get to earth and everything is foggy but instead of seen an empty island we were watching a massive island of sea lions all screaming out. This is the time when you dont feel you have the control anymore because actually you are just a visitor here. This place is from them totally from them. They looked so happy at least from my point of view. Looking at them jumping on the water and getting back again was just the simplicity of nature life.
Time is ...
For breakfast I brought my own corn flakes. Home comforts. Martina sparked up a little chat with the, possibly retired, Americans, they are on a volunteering trip helping out at a local orphanage. You can see from the genuine delight on their faces that the work is very rewarding.
Jacuzzi. Shower. Pack. Check-out. We have Guilliermo booked to take us to the coach station.
We tell him our plan: drop off bags at the coach station and wander around old-town Lima for a couple ...