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Travel Blogs from Lima
Spent the day in Lima. The impression of the city from the airport trip is not good but today we found the nice parts and it is a very beautiful place. Last night we visited the fountains in the park which are illuminated fountains in time to music. This morning we walked down to Miraflores which is on the coast. This area was very spectacular and …
... the farthest one, there was a room with prized paintings.
gem in the city of Lima is the Museu del convento de San Francisco,
Church and Convent of San Francisco), which is probably the most
significant religious complex in Lima, and the most impressive
monument of Colonial architecture in all of Latin America. It one of
the "musts" in Lima, with a highly recommended tour through
the monastery. It gave us an impressive ...
... 8217;m starting to see the deep intertwining kinship between what it means to lose, to be lost, to belong, to inhabit, and to find home. Thought it was about time I shared!
For some songs, you can probably immediately recognize why I chose them; others remain somewhat of a mystery even to me. One of the greatest delights of this trip has been unlocking the secrets of those songs that strangely speak to me in ways I could never have imagined ...
... to the group, so after quick introductions we headed out for dinner and drinks to meet properly. It was another decent night (definitely rate the food in Lima, which claims to be the gastronomic capital of Latin America). After heading out for a drink with some of the others we returned to the hotel for a decent sleep (the next few nights would be spent in a tent or under the stars). Up at 5.30am headed for Huacachina.
Our final days in Colombia saw us jumping on a transfer bus from Salento to Armenia and then getting another coach through to Bogota. Having learnt from our previous bus experiences, we made sure to book with a decent bus company. It was an estimated 8 hr trip that ended up taking just over 10 thanks to some unpredictable traffic travelling through the mountain ranges.
We arrived in Bogota and to ...