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Today we had lunch with some of his Carranza Cousins - cousins from his mother's side. They took us to the Regatas Club for lunch - one of the nicest private clubs in Lima. We had a great visit, caught up on old times and new news, and ate great food.
Here are the cousins in the photo on the left - Ingrid, Lida, Edith, Tete, Armando, Olga, me and Tato (Olga is Tato's wife).
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Every Wednesday night, a group of classmates gets together at Baccatta Restaurant for sandwich, coffee, beer, whatever, from 7 to 10 p.m. They have been doing this for the past 18 years. The number of attendees varies from 10 to 20. The restaurant knows ...
... the nunnery was a bit dull but they did have some fantastic cake. Today was Megan's 20th birthday so we celebrated by eating guinea pig, it tasted like chicken as everything does. Matt decided that he was going to take on the task of sucking out the brain. I ate alpaca that night too which was actually really nice then we went to a bar which had quite drunken consequences, turns out not everyone dances like a moron like I do at home.
The next day wasn't a good day to be ...
... is on offer, but they had free Wifi and were televising a football match I wanted to watch.
Phase three begins - a cab ride to Cusco airport (10 sole's - $4.00) and a flight to Lima on Star Peru airlines.
Final phase four of a long day's journey - filled in a few hours layover at the modern Lima Airport, using Wifi and grabbing some dinner - then a 'red eye' overnight flight to Miami on Spirit Airlines - America's ...
... who I never would have thought to be interested in my experience - that gave me the motivation I needed to take the hours out to write. I'm struggling writing this final post because it's just enforcing the finality of my trip ending but it's been a pleasure to be able to share my experience digitally and hearing that people have enjoyed reading this has been so flattering and made it well worth it, I'm looking forward to more travel writing in the future!