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... the city and all of the arterial roads out were clogged completely. Our driver weaved in and out of traffic, forcing his way into long queues and, as soon as we were free from the choked streets, put the pedal to the metal and raced us to the terminal. From here, it was a panicked dash through check in and security, before finding out we had a two hour delay anyway! Because of the delay, we didn't get to do the things we had planned on arrival into ...
... the best restaurants in Lima. We found that the dishes are served tapas style so it is a little deceiving and can be a little overwhelming by the amount of food and the rich flavors. Overall we rated Osaka a respectable 7. Today was a good day, a little slow starting with our stomach not being the best, but very memorable thanks to our time with our uncle and aunties...very special time and one Michelle and I will remember very fondly for a long ...
Planning our trip to Peru began as a "what if" and a “maybe someday” kind of plan. Both my wife (K) and I had always been intrigued by Machu Picchu. It was somewhere we had both heard of in the past and thought “someday, I want to go there”. Now nearing our second anniversary, we entered our life together with the idea that we wanted to travel to interesting places while we are young. Aside from our honeymoon adventure in the ...
Overnight bus to Lima. Much more comfortable than the previous one but I slept a lot less. Go figure. After arriving early and dropping our stuff off at the hotel we set off to the historical centre of Lima for a tour. We visited a church which had numerous religious paintings but changed to relate to the local area - last supper with Guinea Pig. From there we went into the catacombs to see hundreds of bones from people buried there. Everyone was ...
... late for my next appointment; a panoramic tour of Lima that would finally take me to El Cerro San Cristobal, the iconic hill in Rimac District just off the historical quarter of Lima. By the time I had finished applying my sunscreen, my guide had already buzzed the front desk. I stepped through the metal gate and into the sunlight and there he was; Antonio, a tall, beaming, earnest sort of guy in a blue polo shirt and cap. I liked him straight away for he clearly was ...