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... side note: As Raul, Carl, and I were walking in Wong a lady in a car yells at us. Raul, stopped, turned around, and started walking toward her. I thought maybe he knew her. Suddenly, he asks me if I am strong. I now put the pieces together. Her husband could not get her out of the car and into the wheel chair because she was so fat. She was as tall as she was wide, and her legs were about half the size as ...
... on the water. Mira Flores is a wealthy area of Peru. It has a modern contemporary feel in the area and a beautiful view. As we walked along this area, we ended up in a shopping mall that had been built into the side of the cliffs. It had a modern contemporary look and feel to it. The mall had an open ceiling and a glass wall where you could look out into the ocean. It was definitely a site worth seeing. To cap off the day, we decided to go ...
... is strange that the food is plated up and served individually and once presented you are expected to start whilst poor Maria plates up for everybody else before eventually sitting down herself .. when we’ve all finished.
After lunch, Wilbur, another son (there are 4 in total and one daughter) arrived with his daughter, Valeria. Valeria is 13 and has just started at the American school. She has been learning English for 4 months and ...
... fact that my bag weighed 19kgs when I left Australia, oops! Arequipa We caught an overnight bus from Nasca to Arequipa, 10 hours all up and was pretty glad when it was over! The roads were very windy and being on the second level of the bus was a little turbulent!! It was reasonably comfortable but didn't get all that much sleep. Driving into Arequipa was very industrial, they produce cement here so everything was just grey and dusty! It did get more scenic as we got to the main part ...
... names that were chosen influenced by my fathers relationship with the family...So far it's been a great experience to learn more about my fathers life here...the Peru not found in a lonely planet book. That's it for Lima for now....back here after a trip south Throw back story: Back in the Padre Felipe days (aka when he was a priest in the 70's here) my dad was working at the church at Km 11 (church near isabelle and marios...it falls on kilometre 11 of the main road). At this time ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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