Miraflores Suites Centro
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... gold and lavish opulence everywhere. A huge, grandiose edifice. And these guys were priests!
And of course the stories these priests spouted – though familiar to us and not seemingly as outlandish as those of the earlier kingdoms – are every bit as much designed with the same purpose in mind: evoke awe and fear and gain the comfort of power.
So my points are two: People seem to need this sort of thing, or at least get caught up in it, and second, the priest ...
... mansion in San Jose which reminded us off the massive places off the movie 12 years a slave. Interestingly enough, it turned out to be very similar. It was a place owned by a spanish couple back in the 1700s, where they built underground tunnels from the house, out to the sea port 10km so they could smuggle in illegal African slaves to the house. The tunnels were about 43km in length and were made to avoid the owners having to pay Peruvian taxes on slavery and any ...
... all was well in the world again.
First stop, Puno. Really not looking forward to this one, as it was here 10 years ago that we were mugged / assulted right off the main square in daylight. But I was pleasantly suprised to see how much Puno seems to have changed in 10 years. I guess it's to be expected, but far from the run down grimy town I remember, Puno was actaully a really lovely town, with quiant boutiques ...
I slept in the next morning as I was pretty tired (Marc said I snored very loudly). I headed down
for breakfast and we decided to simply walk around Miraflores for the day, seeing a temple and the market. Lathered on the sun screen (or thought I had) and packed up for a day of walking. We headed into the district from our hotel and made the long journey to the temple. when I approached we were told it was closed for the day. We kept trekking along in the ...
... The only Americans in the group. They say y'all a lot. Lima Had to direct our 'taxi' driver to the hotel as he appeared to be looking for it in the entirely wrong neighbourhood...or taking us for a ride. City maps 2 go app proves it's worth again. Went to the catacombs under the San francisco church. 70% of the bones piled in boxes were femurs. These catacombs were used as a general cemetery back in the day so there are literally pits full of bones throughout. The guide did ...