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... stopped in some stores along the way. I didn't buy anything as next week we will be going to a market in which we will be able to buy hand made items and these stores had mostly mass produced things. There were lots of fake knock-off clothing as well - nothing I'm interested in buying.
We gathered back together at 12:00 at the fountain and watched the goings on at the government palace. The president ...
Our next destination after Trujillo was Cajamarca: another marathon bus journey on minor roads, with beautiful scenery – and more than enough time to look at it. The views this time were of rolling hills, lush, green valleys and cactus-strewn hillsides.
En route, we were subjected to four films from the 'Fast & Furious' franchise, back-to-back, at deafening volume, and unavoidable on the TV screens above our heads. I would rather have ...
... of cats literally just hanging out and we think they are clean cats because everyone plays with them just randomly. The beach was our next stop, we went to a look out called Larcoma which was full of shops and a great view of the Pacific.
Our second day in Lima was the craziest! Lima has 10 million people just in the city, that day we experienced the craziness of having the population of half of Australia in the space of one city!
We decide to do ...
Judy and I are being spoiled by Gene's maid, who is an excellent cook! Nayda made papas rellenas the other night. They are a yukon gold type of mashed potato pattie with meat and vegetables inside, then fried to a golden brown. Very delicious. Last night we had a fancy chicken roll around vegetables, also with sides of rice and vegetables, and jello for dessert.
Monday Judy and walked throughout the town of San Isidro, which ...
... 8220;the tunnel”, a shortcut
through a fissure in the rock formation into which the locals had made steps –
pitch black in the middle and despite being warned, some stupid bint got scared
and stuck at the dark bit.
Despite the guide chuntering on non-stop the whole trip,
everyone else was Peruvian – tours in English are rare and more expensive than
the 20 soles for one in Spanish, was glad I had taken it as wouldn’t have ...
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