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Nous sommes arrivés à Lima. Un peu fatiguer mais quand même un bon vol. Mais 2ème problème de la journée, il n'avait personne pour faire notre transfert de l'aéroport vers l'hôtel. On nous attendais demain :) Donc on a du prendre un taxi. Au moin notre chambre est bien réservé. À+
Journée libre aujourd'hui. On a marché dans le quartier touristique Miraflores jusqu'au bord du Pacifique. C'est l'hiver ici mais on y fait quand même du surf. Ce soir on a soupé de façon traditionnel Péruvienne. Ceviche (poisson cuit dans une marinade au agrumes) avec leur drink national, un Pisco Sour.
... farmland in the kichwa valleys tends to be highly subdivided in the competition for a rural subsistence base. The largest land holdings are the property of corporate communities, such as the numerous Peasant Communities (Comunidades Campesinas) and Peasant Groups (Grupos Campesinos). In 1990 these official forms of common entitlement, as opposed to individual private ownership, accounted for over 60 percent of pasture lands, much of which lies in the punas of the southern Andes.
... lots of terraces and natural springs that have been flowing for 850 years was beautiful to see. We saw the ruins of Ollantaytambo, which has the largest stones that the Incas placed, bigger than the Pyramids of Egypt. All incredible sites.
We boarded the Vistadome train to take us to Aquas Calientes; after a bus ride with many harrowing hairpin turns, we reached Machu Picchu. Our private guide, Luz, took us on a hike to see the highlights of ...
... received a snack which for a 4 hour journey is pretty good. They are also one of the only companies who video you as your going onto the bus, were assuming this is incase anyone tries to hold the bus up at gunpoint etc. We arrived in Lima at 9:30pm and got a taxi with a driver who works for Cruz Del Sur. We were in the taxi 15 minutes and gave the driver the address and name of our hostel, HQ Villa Hostel and when we pulled up to it all the lights were off, the sign was ...