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Travel Blogs from Lima
... playing Dropping a Deuce. We play for what seems like hours, breaking up the monotony by changing seats to a cafe, getting some ice cream sundaes, and eventually getting Papa Johns. But there is no changing the fact that we are in the airport for 12 hours. Eventually, we are both able to check into our flights and get into the gates. My flight is an hour earlier, so we say our good bye when my flight is called, and I head off to Brasil!!!
... After one particular ceviche binge, we asked for the desert menu in the hope that there'd be one treat without devilish gluten. Wild panic flashed across waiter's eyes. With no desert menu, the benevolent waiter rushed to the kitchen a precariously emerged carrying 3 deserts on each arm. "You've charmed me", I exclaimed, two ice creams were duly ordered. The peaks and troughs of hiking in Huaraz were next up. Peace my peoples. Sent from my ...
A slow start after the long trip, however after 4 cups of coffee, Susie and I headed out to explore the Miraflores area where we are staying.
It was not far to the Pacific coastline where a spectacular cliff top walk is well used by locals for exercise and recreation.
The (cold) Humbold current creates constant winter mist in Lima and limits rainfall to around 1mm - Lima is about the same latitude as Darwin, Australia, but the cold ocean current ...
... good fish ceviche & chicharron
(fried fish in this context). Was still glad I’d stayed in the historic centre
where there is more character and is cheaper.
Got a direct bus back, despite what LP & hostel guy said
– look for bus that has both Tacna & Barranco on the side – there are
several & just 1.5s.
Heard some music from the hostel and emerged ...
... tuna, duck, and lamb. What a mix tonight. Thank you stomach for not failing me yet! The men did not want desert, but Kike's girlfriend did, and wanted us to try a sampler. Of course it was amazing.
After the meal Kike asked us if we wanted to go to his friends birthday party, and we said sure. When we arrived we realized we were going to a private residence. There were many people there, young and old. It seemed like a ...