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... made it down to
sea level again and travelled south along the very arid coast to Lima. The
traffic in Lima was fairly chaotic but the bus was only an hour late and the
taxi got us to our hostel by 8:30pm. The owner of the hostel was a very
friendly and colourful man who really tried hard to do everything for his
guests and spoke very good English.
... of many police bearing riot shields was odd though.
A chance encounter with a guide for a free guided tour of the town hall - just the two of us was lucky. We had an English speaking guide who led us up to the balcony where important speeches are delivered.
We also chanced upon the museum of Gastronomy. By the time we finish both these activities the plaza has been completely emptied of people also. I believe they ...
... that was around us. The first thing we noticed was how sticky Lima felt, the air felt thick and muggy like the city was in need a of a big thunderstorm. The second thing we noticed was the traffic. It had seemed manic from inside the bus, but being able to observe it from the side of the road was something else. The bus lane on the inside of the road was full of busses, which were full of people, but the busses were all shapes and sizes ...
... Back onto the streets we headed for the San Fransicio church, on route we stumbled upon the cathedral and main square. A lovely big square with benches, surrounded by the cathedral, the main government building which reminded us of Buckingham Palace with the guards standing with guns. Eventually taking the right turns we ended up at San Franciscio Church where we were taken on a guided tour as the woman explained the church is still used for mass, and ...
... we have experienced throughout the
trip, and he was gutted. He had all his cards in there too so now faces the
nightmare of trying to get another one sent out by his bank. A lesson learnt by
us all – we don’t take much cash out with us but I always have my bank cards with
me, so will have to change that now.
Ken is leaving us tomorrow for
good to make his way down the Amazon from here – it was the ...
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