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... up spending a few hours on my first day there walking around the historic district of Lima with Lyore and her parents, who recently moved to Lima. That night also happened to be Halloween, so I had a pretty wild night out at a club in Lima (Gatica) near the beach with a couple of Israelis. It's good fun practicing my Spanish with girls at clubs....good fun for me, probably not for them. I hardly need a language barrier to assist me in saying dumb stuff to girls at bars. I wore ...
... pairing inluded a peruvian IPA with two fish dishes that conjured up feeling of being at a beach bar. We had sake with ceviche and red wine and more tea with other dishes. It was an amazing experience and probably the best meal we will have this trip.
Needless to say we did not need any further food that evening. As six of our group and our guide Lucho are leaving us tomorrow, we couldn't miss out on the leaving meal. With our ...
... 11 of all places in Lima) - Puka Puka. It's a tiny shop just on the corner of Av. Larco which sold some lovely cups and mugs (we may have to go back for some later). I had a latte and Charlotte had a coffee with Dark chocolate (she wasn't entirely convinced ... It was a little sickly even for her!) After the coffee we did a quick tour of the Inca Market to see what types of souvenirs they had. We'd already been warned that the prices here would be high and that souvenirs should ...
... we arrived at the Hotel Antigua Miraflores where we were greeted warmly by the reception and taken to our very comfortable room. The hotel was constructed in an authentic Spanish style and inside was designed to look like a boutique where you could buy authentic Peruvian jewelry that was on display in the hallways. We went to sleep very comfortable that night with the excitement of exploring Lima the next ...
... occupy our room until noon. Inka Frog is in Miraflores, an upscale district in Lima, well known to be a relatively safe neighbourhood due to the proliferation of police and security guards.
We went for a walk in the area and discovered that they closed off a major street for cyclists, roller bladers, skate boarders, and pedestrians; apparently it's a Sunday tradition there. A gorgeous catholic church, still ...