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... t really be sleeping there and we weren't really looking forward to the late night ahead of us.
Before leaving that evening, we took one last walk up Avenue Larco for sandwiches at La Lucha. La Lucha is across from Parque Kennedy and we found the same dance party from last night was happening again! Killing time before heading to the airport, we took one more stroll (this time in the dark) and admired the lit up cross and Lima's Cristo ...
... is a feat in an of itself as this "shanty town" is home to over 2,000,000 people! The town started in the 70's and is growing at a rate of approx 20,000 people per year. Approx 70% of the houses have electricity! and about 60% have indoor plumbing and bathrooms. The houses are all really colourful and looking down on the town from up top it's quite pretty with all the colours. I commented on that and our guide, Santiago said that in Inka traditions they believe that ...
... beautiful girl- Lua with Angela, the Peruvian doll. We went to a hotel kitchen where they volunteer for Las Manukh Ayuda. Then we met my Peruvian family from yesterday at a kitchen in a hotel. All of us cooked and prepared food for homeless and under priviledged people in Lima. Everyone were so so so happy, decorating food boxes or stirring big pots of lentils. These were mostly young people. Came to know that they have been doing this ...
... managed to find Fullers beer in the supermarket for the Peruvians to try.
Our last day in VMT was the day before my birthday. Alejandro very kindly made me a big birthday cake and the kids all sang for me then we shared the cake between 100 of us! It was a lovely way to finish our time in VMT and great to see so many happy kids in the school - I hope some of them have the opportunity to finish secondary school and maybe even go ...
There is a famous shopping center called Larcomar, built into the side of the cliff. It's about 4 or 5 levels and is actually quite large. But look at this ...