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So the South American adventure begins! Joey drives us the 2 hours to Austin for our flight to Florida, from Florida its a 6 hour flight to Lima, Peru but not too much of a layover which was good! Flying with JetBlue the whole way and they were great, free baggage, extra leg room, complimentary snacks and drinks and everything well organized and on time. We arrive in Lima at 10pm to find the taxi we booked through our hostel is ...
... These ideas are clearly derived from a very literal - and infantile - interpretation of the Bible and emphasize the belief in a god whose penchant for violence, vindictiveness and anger make him strikingly similar to man, though some of these creeds overlap other faiths as well. (Note how this belief system also abdicates personal responsibility, projecting not only all cosmic ...
... enough Spanish to tactfully ask.
We played football with the locals, obviously we lost and then they taught us a traditional dance and dressed us up in their outfits. I kind of liked the style but it's not so practical in the UK.
Our family had a very cute dog called rufus who was huge but still a puppy, he tried to help do everything but was more of a hindrance.
Dinner was soup and vegetables which was a very welcome change to potatoes and rice with a side of pasta ...
Back in awesome Peru. I really don't think I'd ever be sick of this country. Lima surprised me, so metropolitan and funky. Granted I didn't have time to venture into Centro, I stuck to Miraflores and Barranco. Both upmarket areas by the beach. Kennedy Park was right near my hostel, a really well kept green space that housed around 50 cats and kittens. All well fed by the public. Really friendly too.
I had ...
... more time in the beautiful gardens that top the strange stone and brown sand cliffs of Miraflores. The beaches look spectacular but are mainly stony and so it is preferable to watch the sea from above. Surfing is popular and there are sandy beaches, but few and far between.
Peru is by far the most foreign place we have been to in South America. The people, who still speak Spanish, have a look of native (Red?) Indians and are very ...
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