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... facades of the area, brighter and more vivid that the insipid tourist zone of Miraflores where we had been based before. Here, graffiti artists are encouraged to create elaborate murals which are constantly being updated and covered over, giving visitors a sense of being in a living gallery. We passed brightly painted houses with imposing turrets and staircases, the humidity of the area peeling the paint from the once grand frontages. We passed an ornate pink mansion, ...
... full swing - Wongs started as a one store supermarket in the late 1970's. They pride themselves on service and range; if they don't have it they will get it! Puts our duopoly to shame!! - the Parade is now a tradition every year to celebrate the Fiestas Patrias (Peru's Independence Day) Down one of the major avenues in Miraflores, it is all happening....parade with colorful elaborate floats and dancing troupes from the various districts of Peru. Very much Moomba and Mardi Gras ...
... styles. Opposite our hotel is an ultra modern building design hospital - I can only assume the equipment inside is the same!
On talking to a local we learned that he felt Peru had seen big improvements in the last 12 years, with economic growth at 8% for a number of years. He is awaiting next years elections for another change as growth has dropped to 2% under the current regime (military head).
Conclusion - Peru is progressing well.
... chunks of barbequed beef heart seasoned with garlic, lemon juice, beer and parsley or cilantro. It is often skewered and is usually accompanied with potatoes and salads or served by itself as street food. Since the Spanish didn't like organ meats, it was generally given to the black slaves they brought to the country. Now it is considered a delicacy; who would have known? Apr 22 Central Lima is an ideal place for a walking tour and one can get there by ...
... train my camera on. Everywhere Lima locals were lying on the grass, dreaming in the sun. Under the shade of some trees towards the end of the park, whole crews of workmen were taking deep, well-deserved siestas. I got some fabulous pictures of them all filing back up the scaffolding to start work in one of the white-washed palatial buildings on the edge of the parkland. Adorably, they waved down at me and cat-called and whistled, giving me the thumbs up and posing with their arms ...