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... headed to the Plaza de Armas the centre of the old & new city. The president's palace sits on the square as does the Cathedral, Bishop’s Palace and numerous other colonial buildings. We visited a really old Dominican Monastery that had artwork, tiles & facades from 1606. It had a linary with over 25,000 books that could have come from the Harry Potter films. It has the oldest fountain in Lima, a cool bell tower with ...
... to look at. In a couple of places the archeologists had arranged the bones in very neat concentric circles which was even more disturbing than seeing the bones themselves. Off one of the rooms there was a section which had been blocked up. Tino told us that originally the tunnel from that section led to the Presidential Palace but had been blocked up now for security reasons. Next to the blocked tunnel were some stairs which were blocked by an iron gate. ...
... and arrive at islas tortugas after 20 minutes. I can cope with 20 minutes of speedboat. There are 8 divers and 5 snorkellers on the small boat and it’s cosy. We gear-up and dive in. I buddy-up with Ioan, who is not feeling well, and we go down to 12 metres. The current is strong and the visibility is about 5m. Well it better be big otherwise we’re not going to see a thing. We see small 4 hammerheads and one big hammerhead. A small hammerhead is about 3m long whereas ...
... the next clouds have arrived. We walk around the site, explaining the history to the kids, taking photos and making sure nobody injures themselves. Machu Picchu is a challenging place and you have to be fit. There are many steps, some narrow, some steep, some slippery and with kids running around it’s not the most relaxed place for parents. There’s a small cave along the path near a terrace and at the entrance there’s a western-looking woman sitting in a yoga ...
... memory of saints. We also saw the grave of Francisco Pizarro. the Spanish conquistador. Interesting he was buried with his head in a separate box, which is also on view. We then walked round to see the original foundations of the walls that used to surround Lima. Through the smog, we could see a huge shanty town on the hills opposite.
We then visited the catacombs under the monastery where ...