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... the lime juice is added to the mixture the fish turned white within a couple of minutes and it was considered to be "cooked". Condiments served with it were large kernels of corn, and a slice of sweet potato. It had been a very long time since I had tried ceviche; I had forgotten how tasty it really is. They also brought containers of roasted corn kernels and sweet potato chips. We ate about 1/2 of the dish because we had still another restaurant ...
... they were black vultures! Apparently the river, which runs just behind the palace, has a lot of rubbish and dead animals in it! There are a lot of churches in Lima - every five blocks there is a Catholic Church, but they are for different orders - you choose whether you want to attend a Jesuit, Dominican or Franciscan service! We then walked to a convent where priests are trained. We saw beautiful mosaic walls that were made in 1606! As well as a beautiful ...
... woke up that morning. 4# IM A TERRIBLE JAMES BOND Even despite best efforts to hide my camera, camera cards, passport, wallet, decoy wallet and phone on myself...it always turns out that the one card I need is the one strapped to my bra and end up giving a strip tease to the street locals as I try to 'subtly' get it. 5# EVERYONE HAS SEEN MY UNDERWEAR Nothing breaks the awkward first meetings with kind friends offering us their spare rooms, than ...
... Back onto the streets we headed for the San Fransicio church, on route we stumbled upon the cathedral and main square. A lovely big square with benches, surrounded by the cathedral, the main government building which reminded us of Buckingham Palace with the guards standing with guns. Eventually taking the right turns we ended up at San Franciscio Church where we were taken on a guided tour as the woman explained the church is still used for mass, and ...
... have looked hundreds of years ago, with the second floor being a platform circling the room and small spiral ladders to reach top shelves, there were also 3 huge sky lights in the roof which allowed the natural light in. Unfortunately we couldn't take photos. We also were allowed down into the catacombs. These were small tunnels that wove deep under the church and where an estimated 70'000 burials took place. All that ...