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On July 25-31, 2012, I made my second trip to Lima to visit Heidy.
- On July 26, I asked Heidy to marry me. She said yes :)
- Meet Heidy's mom for the first time. I'm was fairly certain she didn't like me. And later I would find out she didn't want her daughter to leave Peru. So much for honesty.
... without time to get ready for dinner. Met up with everyone on our tours. After a quick change we headed to dinner which we shared with two other couples. Marion and Georges opted to pass on the evening entertainment as they were both still feeling under the weather so Jim and I headed to the show. It was a very enjoyable and funny ...
... driver, navigator and our guide Uriel for the Tambopata Research Centre. On the way we saw a group of red howler monkeys and a couple of capybaras strolling the shore. We stopped at a large clay lick and watched red and green macaws and scarlet macaws. The Tambopata river is fast flowing and full of rocks, sandbanks and submerged trees so the native expert was helpful in spotting the hazards and getting us through safely in this four hour trip. Walking in from the dock we found a ...
... and gave us some info about the square and Lima's history. She then took us to a very old church where we took a tour of the monastery and visited lots of bones in the catacombs. The library was really pretty and matched the one at trinity for charm. From there we walked past the Peruvian Library, which is an old train station that's been converted and has a lovely old stained glass ceiling in the centre. We then walked through a super old pub and after ...
... water that was used for bathing cooking and drinking. The fields were irrigated by a redirected river from a mountain inland which was later cut off by the Inca people to gain control of the civilisation when they invaded. As in many of south Americas Inca civilisations they only inhabited it for around 70 to 80 years before the Spanish invaded. NB. The traveling buskers and a sunset were sensational... The braid was awful. I like it all the more for its ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center