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We eventually arrived in Lima after a long bus journey from Cusco, the roads being very windy and the seats were not as 'Cama' as were promised! Again the scenery through the mountains was great though. We had foreseen the state we would be in and booked the relatively luxurious Radisson in San Isidro with its buffet breakfast, wi-fi and $10 of …
... on land and underwater but also to get a glimpse of our world evolved from its origin. The last cruise was very well organised and deserve special praise. The quality of the service and guides make all the difference. It was like being at university and studying geology, biology and nature. The children behaved superbly, listened to the explanations and looked for animals when snorkeling. For them as well it’s been a fantastic education. So to Galapagos Travel (tour ...
... a kind. Street dancers, street cooks, people bashing at your car windows to sell you newspapers and drinks, the people here will do anything to make the smallest amounts of money.
On our last full day in Lima we decided to visit "Huaca Pucllana", ruins of an ancient temple from pre inca times, the temple dates back more than 1600 years ago. Our tour guide was really informative and the temple was incredible. The reason a large ...
... they would be buried and then someone else would be buried on top. What we saw in there was rows of tombs with hundreds of femurs in them, and then two tombs with skulls in them. Some of the skulls were in very good shape with teeth and everything. There was also two hole is guess i'd call it with femurs and skulls beautifully arranged. (That must have been a weird job to do) Also we saw some areas where there were just random bones in the area. It was neat and weird at the same ...
... the first week of November 2013. A distinct advantage of holding outdoor exhibitions in Lima, is that it never rains. Well, one in a blue moon; one of our tour guides didn't see rain until he was 22! The flower beds and lawns are beautifully kept, but like most parks in Peru, beware walking on the grass - one of the many gardeners will remind you very clearly that this is not permitted, unless you're a ...
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