La Posada del Marquez

Av 28 de Julio 487, Lima, Lima-18, Peru | Hotel
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Journal Entry on Peru

A travel blog entry by latin-america


... to the gods, so they sent their children to be sacrificed to fulfill the ritual. The children that are sacrificed are said to be perfect without any blemishes on their skin and are usually the children of a chief. When a child was about to be sacrificed, he/she would first have traveled to Cuzco (the capital of the Inca Empire) with his/her family members, chiefs, and priests so that they could meet the emperor. Then, the priests would ...

Peruvian salsa

A travel blog entry by kathy.turner

Amazing beds and apartment equaled sleep in. So good to catch up on the sleep deprivation we had accumulated over the past few days. First things first. Right across the road was a supermarket, with amazing food! So differ t to Manaus where we spend most of our time there looking for one. So many fruits and veggies, and fresh bread! Not sugar filled American version either. Life is good.
Home made lunch and FIFA World ...

24 Hours to Lima

A travel blog entry by melita.brandon


... halfway through our meals. Luckily we had thought ahead and paid before our food arrived, so we stuffed our faces with whatever would fit and ran to our gate. Seat 11E and 11F, the short flight to Paris with just enough time to read 'Shortlist' and drink some water. Time was ticking away as we were now nervous about making our connecting flight in Paris. We found the connections route, hopped on a train between terminals and got in line for security again. Then we ...

Day 8: Sunday Funday at the Beach Club

A travel blog entry by msj322


... of meat, vegetables, snacks and beer. Saying we were spoiled would be an understatement.

After the long tour we finally relaxed and met his family. He has a 9 year old girl named Maya, and 2 boys named Mateo and Marcello who are ages 6 and 4 respectively. His wife Victoria was very accommodating, and took great care of us. We started to snack on some chips and cracked open a beer, being sure to apply sunscreen since the sun ...

A Day in Peru

A travel blog entry by eoinshirl


... houses many nightclubs, restaurants, Peruvian music shows and discos. Lima is a night town – the place comes alive after sunset and its customary to dine at about 10 pm and then take in a show that starts at midnight and finishes at 3 or 4 o’clock in the morning.

Filled with colonial architecture, Barranco is a must see by day or by night. We strolled down the walkway to the cliff face that overlooks the Pacific Ocean. On ...

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