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Travel Blogs from Lima
... and detail. The catacombs were interesting, very close quarters and required the taller visitors to stoop (even I had to duck) but so worth the visit.
Then off to lunch at La Muralla Restaurante, a local eatery that specializes in home cooking. Causa Vegetariana to start followed by Arroz con pollo a la Chiclayana. The meal ended with créme caramel. It was delicious and a great way to have time to get to know Amalia Alayza, our AHI campus director, and others from ...
Then we wandered down one house to the Museo Pedro de Osma.
And we ended our afternoon at the MAC, ...
... same counter as us - everyone else from our plane who had also missed connections were waiting patiently in the same line we were in - and DEMANDED (in his American accent) that someone get him a manager, because he and his girlfriend HAD to get to Quito. No, he wasn't angry at the lady at the counter (he shouted to her) he was ANGRY at her STUPID AIRLINE. He was sent to the supervisor's desk further down the line and while the nice but overworked staff at our ...
Wished Vigo happy birthday in the morning and Freddie has finished the first draft of his essay. Then we took bus to Lima downtown. Sat at roof top restraraunt and having a sip of beer and bite of food. Unfortunately the latte tasted sooo bad. We are going to museum after lunch. Had a good time waking in ...
It was up early to catch our light plane to view the lines. After hearing a bit of a horror story from our friends Lauren and Finny who flew the lines a week earlier, we definitely had some butterflies in our stomachs.
Once we were in the air it was game on. The pilot and navigator were great at pointing out the lines and shapes but the challenging thing was depicting the shapes from ...
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