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... somewhere that would serve us something simple – eggs and bread – this proved unexpectedly difficult in this town, despite our ever-improving Spanish.
Our trip for the day was to Baņos del Inca, a middle-class suburb 6 km from town. The place is famous for the synonymous Inca baths, which are promoted enthusiastically by our guide book and the locals. To get there, we caught a ‘combi’ – a small minibus, run privately, ...
... of the historical district of Lima. We also tried the traditional Peruvian drink, Chicha Morada, its purple so we called it grape drink (has nothing whatsoever to do with grapes). We also learnt that Chicken is Pollo and Beef/meat is Carne. So good when ordering a burger haha
Once the walking tour had ended we wanted to go to Magic water circuit which is a whole lotta water fountains that light up at night! Very beautiful! Our walk from Central Lima to ...
... is a district of Lima. San Isidro contains 80% of the embassies, many restaurants and parks. Gene was able to take the day off work yesterday and join us in the afternoon. We visited the Inca markets, and the Park of Love down by the oceanside. Gene was hoping to get Judy and I to go paragliding but there was not enough wind. The park is a copy of Gaudi's park in Barcelona. The seats are made of broken tiles in bright colors. We ...
A couple of blocks from here flagged down a combi to Ventanillas de Otuzco, a rocky hillside carved with funerary niches for 1 sol. It was a scenic spot though it is hard to see into the niches to see the many chambered ones, room for all the family! I could see by the way some were carved that they used to have doors and from the size of the niches, must have been interred in the foetal position. A trip to the museum in the Women’s Hospital later confirmed this ...
... guys, we enjoyed your company. Pamela and Ann, " the German girls". Thank God someone was there to add a bit of culture to the group! It was lovely to share our experiences with you. Perhaps we will come and visit you in Germany? You are welcome in little old Ballarat anytime! Annette and Rae - well, someone had to be the pain in the ass. You girls win! I mean that in the nicest way, truly! Jack you may have ...
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