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... s Restaurant and even though the sun wasn't over the yardarm I ordered a mojito and we enjoyed the rest of the match in very comfortable conditions.
An exciting game ended in a draw and went to penalty shoot out.
This gave me 30 minutes to go for a wander and see what else was around.
The sea breeze gives Lima a foggy coastline and visibility isn't great so I had to focus on things closer to hand. Unfortunately this ...
... we were able to spend some time taking in the sights and sounds of the beautiful square it was on the side of. But there wasn't any time allocated to having a closer look at the Presidential Place which was a shame. After a short time we walked further through downtown Lima towards where the bus would be picking us up from. This happened to be next to the Lima GPO, which in itself was large and ornate. Once back on the bus we fought our way through Lima ...
... br> La Paz - Cusco bus - 15 hours
Cusco - Lima flight - 1.5 hours
Lima - Madrid flight - 12 hours
Madrid - London flight - 2.5 hours
Total 31 hours in transit
Total 49 hour journey . 4 countries in just over 2 days for all airports.
It's almost like the departure lounge has become home. I walk along finding the best seats to perch at, close enough to the toilet and also a screen to see which gate I eventually ...
... was just wonderful. The beach is nothing spectacular but the cliffs of Miraflores overlooking the sea and the view of the city are still very beautiful. We also had time to visit a modern art museum with an exhibition of a Brazilian artist and photographer, Vik Muniz, and in the evening we ended up in a bar-restaurant in Barranco placed in an old wagon of a train: we spent the last few hours of the day sipping Pisco Sour, the national cocktail of Peru which we are already fond of; ...
... Hut, and a Dunkin Donuts.
I purposely have chosen window seats on these flights so I don't miss anything "cool". One of the things I was hoping to see from the air is the Panama Canal, but I never saw it. As I arrived in Peru, I did get some good views of the coast. It looked very arid, dusty, and dry. No green anywhere. Going through immigration was no issue. I was curious to see if there were going to be ...