Casa de Baraybar
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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Warning, it's a long one, but we saw so much and met so many people! We kicked off this morning by saying goodbye to the last few members of the group, before embarking on what was set to be a fascinating tour into the local life of Lima, a side to the city rarely seen by tourists. Our driver and enthusiastic guide, Jimmy, picked us up and drove us out of the affluent tourist area of Miraflores, to the port of Chorillos, an one of the working class suburbs of Lima. Without ...
... It's only a 30 minute drive and even though the Parade is on, traffic is not too bad or maybe we are just getting used to it. We arrived and everyone is already there. Uncle Picho, Luz Maria and her kids, Claudia's Mum and her husband and Luz Maria's aunt, Carmen. The new shinning BBQ that Cesar has had specially made sits in the corner of the terrace waiting to be put through its paces! Cesar's place is a really nice. It occupies the top ...
... there you could see the horizon). There is now a road that cuts across the Amazon linking Brasil to Peru. I'm imagining it would be an epic journey with many potholes - if one account I read of the 80+ hour bus journey is true.
Bolivia - a land of contrasts!!!
Small adobe houses with straw roofs versus mansions on big blocks of cropping land near Santa Cruz. Horses and carts, scooters, tricycle carts, versus the most modern cars racing past us. ...
... lip flashing through the gloom laden with incense and beams of light. People held aloft garlands of palm fronds as they tried to navigate the choking crowds. Outside in the shade, vendors were busy weaving these floral blessings on the street, stalks and petals blowing in the breeze like confetti. But it is not Palm Sunday, I whispered to Arturo doubtfully. But it is good business no matter what the day, Arturo whispered back with a grin. Outside again, ...
... and eat the produce. They've built a community kitchen, which provides soup and meals to everyone for a small fee and are building an organic garden which will help provide fresh produce to the kitchen. They've also built a "kindergarten" which is rally a daycare. There are 2 women who volunteer their time so that other women can go and work. There are up to 9 kids a day there. When we stopped they all ran up and shook our hands and said their name and how old their are. ...