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... preserved houses, and
cathedral; we waited for the changing of the Presidential guard
which occurs daily at 11:45 am. We witnessed the Presidential band,
rehearsing behind the palace.
por favor, uno fotographia, “ I pleaded to the guard. “No,
Senora, No pwedo,” he replied. With that reply, I gave him a very
sorrowful look and then I showed him the Canadian key chain hanging
on my backpack and ...
Today was the feast day of the patron saint of Peru, or so it felt at least! I've been staying with the family of my friend Fernando, and I went with his father today to visit the port and see some of the city. He was anxious that I get to know some of the great Peruvian specialties, so throughout the day we stopped to try different dishes at some great little spots. It was an incredible amount of food, running the gamut from the powerfully spicy leche de tigre ...
... upperclass area of Lima. This was evident as we drove past some dodgy looking areas before arriving to our green haven suburb. Arriving too early for check in we decided to wander the streets, go to the shops for some water and get our bearings.
After check in we headed out into town. First we decided to check out Miraflores. The suburb is very pretty and extremely clean. The council has made a point of keeping ...
... everything. First night was a traditional dinner, but the family wanted chicken so we scrapped the itinerary and headed out for some chicken and chips.
The next morning it was up early to head 4hrs North to the ancient city Caral. This ancient city was discovered in the 40s but only drew attention about 8 years ago when it was determined how old it actually was. Caral redefined Peruvian history as it dated ...
... Although that's quite scary too. Pedestrians are definitely on the bottom of the heap. Haven't seen a prang yet, but loads of amazingly insane close calls. Pisco sours are good. Tonight I'm sipping on a cinnamon pisco - lime is the traditional flavour. Mike highly recommends the Peruvian red wine too. People here speak far less English than expected, but are friendly. We've also noted they tend to be on the short side. It's just an observation. Every residence or property here is like ...
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