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Today was another full day in Lima. We spent the morning walking the coast and taking in Miraflores. We made a point to dip our feet in the ocean, cause who knows when we will be in South America again?! At 4 pm, our Peruvian food tour picked us up. The guy who picked us up was actually the owner of the company - I asked him about the cats in Kennedy and Central Park and he told us that the mayor officially adopted the cats and a vet goes to the parks at 7pm ...
... I have to say that everyone we have come across down here is super nice, and polite. Really makes you wonder what we are doing wrong back home. Tomorrow we have a 6:15am departure, back to the airport to catch our domestic flight to Porto Maldinado, where we will board another bus for a four hour drive before we get in the dug out canoes for another four hour trip to the lodge. I think a light dinner and early to bed is ...
... they were playing, a beautiful kindergarten had been set up, using the profits from the tours. Here, volunteers from the community look after up to 80 children so that parents can go to work, essential in the city. Another nursery is being built, and construction had just finished on a soup kitchen, providing hot, iron-enriched food for up to 100 families a day. It's incredible to see real charity, in action and know you're making a difference. It's certainly something I'll ...
... were making our exit plans to the Amazon, we hit roadblock after roadblock. There were no flights available at our price. So we looked at hitting Huaraz instead, but there were no buses nor hostels available. So we were basically stuck in Lima due to independence. We found a good priced flight leaving Sunday to Iquitos, so we had the week to chill and try not to blow our budget. We had no problem filling our time with lazy sleep ins, morning runs, we found our first flat white ...
... lazing by the pool before moving onto a winery to explore the varieties of pisco in the region. 'Ariba abacho assentro adentro' (phonetic spelling of course) is the Peruvian way to cheers. What a tongue twister, I got myself in a right cufuffle, before finally arriving at our hotel by the sea. Ahhh sea level, what a treat and a great view from our bedroom too. Another early start the next morning (I'll have no trouble getting used to these back at ...