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... city. Lima has potential to be insane but because it's so third world, it's dirty and poorly looked after but with hidden treasures. It's got a charm about it, that I'm really glad I got to experience. We went for a 3 course meal that night for about £4. I had a lot of seafood as it's so cheap and so good here! I forgot to take a photo. All my photos of Lima are on my friend's camera as it's amazing and I'm regretting not bringing my SLR ...
... out of the hall of mirrors have been cut off, undercut and ironised out of existence, and when we look out of the window - we see more of the world we had created in our minds extended in concrete all around us.
The left hemisphere's values are those ...
... had the standard effect and we didn't get up till after 1pm on the 5th. We were out pretty soon after that to go paragliding. It was awesome but didn't provide nearly the adrenaline rush I was expecting from jumping off a cliff with a parachute... it was surprisingly chilled, but the views of the city (slightly impacted by the customary Lima fog) were still brilliant. I tried to get a haircut later... this proved easier said than done because of the useless (female) ...
... He ordered us a Taxi and we got to the airport with no problem.
Funniest thing just happens on the plane as. I was writing this....Kate's snack got stolen by the man next to her, and my mate dropped his chocolate down the side of his chair....lost forever. Very entertaining flight.
We arrived in Cusco and got a cab to our hotel, located right at central square! Such a beautiful city. Reminded me of Dubrovnik: stone walls, marble ...
Over the course of the day we saw a number of Lima's points of interest with Etienne, who tagged along. We saw the changing of the guard at the government palace, an impressive daily ritual consisting of a brass band and plenty of slow marching with high kicks; the beautiful Plaza de Armas including the central bronze fountain from 1650; the huge Mercado Central (central market); the stunning old post office (and original train ...
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