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... or Manjar Blanco (Peruvian dulce de leche). I have also been told that if you are to visit this city in September, you will find it host to a huge food festival, it is apparently the hottest event of the year.
The best bit about this stop on our trip was the opportunity to see a Peruvian football match. It was between Alianza Lima (on their home ground) a Peruvian First Division club, and Inti Gas Deportes, a smaller club from Ayacucho, Peru. We support Alianza Lima and show ...
... of my feelings but I have to confess I was extremely relieved that it was Emma who had taken it! All too soon our first week was over and it was the weekend. We were joined on Friday afternoon by Karen flying in from Cusco on a brief stopover before she flew to Quito the next day, so it was good to see her again! Fiorella and Maritza helped me to make plans for the weekend and early on Saturday morning I was off to Pachacamac. Pachacamac is an archaeological city (not just a site, ...
... cookie. Quite a difference from the snacks on domestic airlines back home!
Once we landed in Lima we deplaned and then we boarded our bus that would take us to our Farewell Luncheon. While walking to the bus we noticed there was another tour group heading to their bus and each person was towing all of their own luggage. They were loaded down! They asked us why we didn't have luggage and it was stated "We're Disney". Classic!
The bus drove us through ...
earthquakes here – the last enormous one in 1987 killed 10,000 people and
flattened a lot of the city so it doesn’t have all the history it should have
as most things have had to be replaced. It was the first place we have stayed
where the hotel had a security guard on the front door too, so we are being
extra careful about using the pac-safe in the room and not ...
... occupies 18, 19, and half of 17. The building is very modern, and feels very new. It is obvious Duke does not cut corners with their international business offices. I was shown to my office (not a cube!), and provided with everything I needed; a phone, directions to the bathroom, and the treasure map to the free coffee/espresso machine.
Once again, like Guatemala, I was lucky with my timing of my visit. I ...