La Hacienda Hotel and Casino
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... various microclimates in Peru and as a result of this and some seriously skilled horticulturists, they have cultivated a number of hybrid corn kernels. We set out from Cusco this morning fairly early and had a JAM PACKED day ...whoohoo! We drove through the Andes, stopping at various archeological sights to view terraced hills and homes of the Incas. Wow!! I've shared more on this score along with the pics. We had a special visit today to the G Adventures ...
... San Jose and the underground tunnels used to smuggle slaves. At one point to family had 800 slaves working the fields with a charming little punishment room for those who dared to misbehave/attempt escape. Eventually however, there was an uprising and the father of the family was beheaded outside his own front door. Buenos. Well done if you made it this far. Gold star! I'll blog the rest of the Peru leg when I get back from Machu Picchu. Love to all ...
A much needed night of rest refreshed us for this morning's meeting with the tour director and our traveling group for the rest of the trip.
We began the day at the Colonial Center of the city, which is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After making it's way through tortuous traffic, the bus deposited us in ...
... speculation that the Spanish tongue caused the pronunciation and eventual record of the name to change from Limaq to Lima. On our main days stay in Lima, we spent the day trying to find China Town. At first we thought we could walk, but as the sun grew stronger and the freeway seemed to get wider, we realised we were far too use to small towns that we could walk the breathe of and conceded defeat. So we hopped into a taxi who took us to where the monuments ...
... booked into the "cruzeiro suite" service, big seats that convert to virtually lie flat beds and are looking forward to a relatively relaxed trip. Unfortunately, our hopes of that are soon laid to rest as, as is almost inevitable on this trip, a family with a young child take up the seats behind us. The peace is soon shattered with the kid playing Angry Birds at full volume on an iPad. This is soon replaced by constant whining as mum takes it away after 30 mins.
The scenery on ...