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Travel Blogs from Lima
... water park last night, fountains and lasers, it was pretty good and we spent a couple of hours there, just wandering around and snapping photos
During the day it was just a case of walking and snapping away, we saw the riot police and had our picture taken with them, we saw the guards and took their photos and the other local police (they do seem to have quite a few different police forces out here, even mounted on horses and motor bikes)
We went down ...
At 7am we got a taxi to the airport. We then went to check in our bags and the problems started. I was told i had to have printed proof of my ESTA visa for USA. Something i was aware i would not need. Carrie had printed hers off so she was able to check in. We then had to rush upstairs to use the internet in Starbucks where i bought another ESTA online. However, the confirmation email did not come through before checkout closed at ...
... the cow. They really donīt waste any part of a cow when they kill him. They will eat pretty much the whole thing.
Michael got a little fever tonight, so Angel had to give him a Penicillin shot in the butt. It hurt.
Finally, to end the night, the Peruvians threw us a little fiesta to show their appreciation for all of our work this week. We each got a certificate with poorly spelled names, but its the thought that ...
... all hanging loose, ready for purchase, as well as interesting fruit and veg. The corn in particular is bright white and very different to the yellow cobs we're used to. There are also tons of little ceviche stalls, encouraging you to choose from the plethora of seafood, then watch as the ceviche is made with the lime, chilli, onion, corn and so on right in front of you. We refrain as we're off to another posh Peruvian spot for luncheon. ...
... br> Located in downtown Lima we took a guided tour around after being recommended by Amy and Adam (couple we met in Huanchaco). There was lots of information most of which we've forgot however the monastery was beautifully decorated with tiles 400 years old from Sevilla and woods from central America. There was also an amazing library which seems strange to say but really looked like something our of a Harry Potter movie. The most fascinating part of the tour was the ...
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