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Travel Blogs from Lima
... a demonstration of some sort.
If there is a demo it must be Saturday.
After this educational afternoon graham then suggested we have a gelato. He didn't have to ask me twice.
I chose a scoop of passionfruit and another of lucuma, a native fruit which the guide at the gastronomic museum told me about. Delicious!!
After walking around the nearby streets and being mightily impressed by the Spanish ...
... steep section of road to the city above. We could see that Lima was in fact perched around one hundred meters above the sea at the top of a cliff. After several dodgy gear changes the bus browed the hill and entered the district of Miraflores. It was then we hit the traffic. We suddenly came to a halt and only seemed to crawl forwards through junctions and down narrow one way streets. There was lots of horn honking happening all around despite ...
... way but it's hard not to think about it. Our world is just that much larger and we get bored so much more easily. And when I think back to the kids I saw racing cardboard boxes on string and having a ball doing it, I just think if only it was still like that here.
Still. All said and done I've made it! Finally back in the UK (definitely in need of a shower and a bed) ready for a few days at home before I start part 2 in Africa, and I can't ...
... to express anger, but instead as turn signal. The only thing "pee guy" said in English was "Sooooo", and pointed out the window. I had no clue what he was talking about until he "air" spelled it. ZOO! I guess we were passing by the city Zoo.
Once I finally arrived and laid eyes on the Westin Hotel, I was amazed. It was by far the tallest building around. Skyscrapers are not common in Lima because of the risk ...
... oneself with the locals, and to somewhat share in their
culture. I may not be as discriminating about wine, but when it
comes to food, I am his equal. My husband and I are both passionate
about flavor, ingredients , aroma, and presentation. So while we are
in Peru, we will not be going to explore the Inca trails, or go to
Machu Picchu. We want to taste all of Peru's food from the
rain-forest, to the coast, ...