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... here. Hopefully one day we can come back again. Marta and Alejandro said we should bring our children one day - we'll see!
On my birthday itself we headed back to Lima and stayed one more night in Miraflores. We started the day in a shanty town and, after less than half an hour by car, we were back in wealthy Miraflores and then having all you can eat Peruvian/Japanese sushi rolls for dinner. We certainly live in a world of contrasts!
... chalet without the chalet sauce) but we were feeling too ill to eat much. We had a few bites and then called it a night. Another observation.. I feel like you can experience all 4 seasons of the year in a day here.. Cool in the mornings, warm and hot in the day and much cooler after dark. As we get up on Day 3 and prepare for out first day of volunteering, we have decided to take it easy as well. Keep you posted amigos! Aditi Aditi - on my Samsung ...
... to protect it. We also swathe candelabra - a mysterious Neolithic carving which may have acted as a marker for local sailors. Then after lunch we have two hour drive to huacachina for some sand dunes and buggying. There is a BBQ planned then a night under the ...
... rooting through rubbish bags outside restaurants for scraps of food to eat. I've seen young children with dirty faces tugging at the sleeves of tourists and begging for change. So it was a shock to the system to see how the other half live over here. We were seated on two plush, leather couches and waiters brought us a bottle of Bombay Sapphire along with an ice bucket, some mixers and platters of posh snacks. We stayed there until the gin was gone and then moved on to a night club in ...
... rolling waves of the Pacific ocean attracted a great many surfers, and we could see them riding the waves adjacent to the contrasting wide sandy beach. Traffic went by in a never-ending parade of horn-hooting vehicles and, like any capital city, we passed many shops, garages, banks and offices.
Peru, like a lot of South American countries, is 85% Catholic, so we saw many churches and a beautiful cathedral in the Plaza Mayor, the ...