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Good morning, Peru! A delicious breakfast in the midst of our cozy stay in Lima was a nice welcome mat to the day. We jumped on the bus and took a nice drive through Lima. The modern touches were surprising and I wished I could stay longer. It gives me something to look forward to as I'll be back to finish off my Peruvian adventures. We then …
Since my trip to SA at Christmas this year, I've been unclear about the difference between an alpaca and a llama. People seem to use the terms interchangeably when they see an animal resembling one of the two on the side of the road. Well, thanks to the lovely tour guide we had this morning at the Huaca Pucllana in Miraflores I now know. Alpacas- …
... big draw to Paracas are the Ballestas Islands. In the morning we took a boat ride out to view the islands. We saw sea lions napping, pelicans, penguins (they didn't dance for us :( ), blue-footed boobies (those are birds people), and lots of bird poo. It smelled like a pet shop out there, but bird poo is a great fertilizer which is what has made the islands so important. It was all very interesting. From our boat tour, Kimberly and I ...
... from the Lima coast. We also saw the slave punishment room and old water reservoir where bones from around 1,000 people were found. After that we had a look around the house and the church. This was a really interesting tour but very sad. I don't normally get weird feelings from places but the whole place felt evil. Despite the beautiful grounds and sheer opulence of the house, a feeling of something not quite right hung in the air and we were happy to leave ...
... the capital city of Peru. Couple this with the fact that the Jesus statue was about as big as the Toys R Us giraffe and I was distinctly underwhelmed. I think the guide must have realized this because he quickly ushered us away to a beachfront restaurant for some fresh Cervice (Peru´s answer to Sushi).
After stopping to check out how the Spanish used to torture slaves (manacles, hammers and underground dungeons apparently) we made it to our ...
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