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... it that we saw earlier is called La Hermita. Money has been budgeted by the municipality to restore it, which was nice to hear. We had smoothies made from L˙cuma fruit. The restaurant that made them is called la Bodega Verde. Like most of the restaurants and bars in the area, it used to be a private home.
With very full bellies, we are back at our hotel and headed to sleep. Wifi here is slow, so most of the pictures might not go up for a bit. Maybe from ...
... Lima for the next day.
We took it handy enough that night, had some good chats with Luis & Jill and went back at around 11:30. We'll definitely meet them again once we're back in Lima in a few weeks.
Waking up nice and early again, (before breakfast is even served) we took another stroll down to Miraflores, changed some cash and sorted out our trip south with a tour company, owned by a very friendly Irish ...
... the Redeemer" which most Latin American cities seem to host.
From this square we travelled to the Main City square which is embraced on three sides by the three main elements of society here, the Presidential Palace, the Hall of the People and the Cathedral (now a museum). We were able to wander around this square for a few minutes, changed some US$ into the local Nuevo Sol currency before walking up a few streets to ...
Welp, here we have it. My super adventurous story about me trying a pig, turned a couple of more "adventuresome" days to what I think was food poisoning(honestly, not quite sure but my stomach hated me). I woke up the next morning not feeling so well, and whenever I ate something... I wanted to cry. Sometimes I would actually fight back tears. Daniel's parents have done a pretty amazing job helping me. I have ...
... good thing. It is horrible! Lisa the German girl comes very close to following me but manages to hold off till we get to the sea lion island.
We heard this island long before we could see it – the sea lions noise sounded like a chant. When it did come into view, what appeared to be kelp all over the surface was actually sea lions! 8000 of them live on this tiny rocky outcrop. As we anchored just off the rocks the noise
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