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After lunch we made our way back to the San Francisco church and monastery near the palace. this church is the oldest building in Lima as it was built after an earthquake that distroyed the rest of the city's buildinfs built before the 1650s. My favourite part of tour of the monastery was the library. It was no where near as grand as the other libraries in Europe, it still had some incredibly intricate designs and wood carvings and a massive amount of books. ...
... in the Indian market and walked to Larcomar with a quick stop at Starbucks. Alyssa and Wade bared with me as I fulfilled one of my many guilty pleasure in Peru and we ate at Pardo's Chicken. Although they have to admit compared to VIPs in Mexico City, Pardos doesn't look so bad.
On Sunday we were able to visit my old church, and then we went to my favorite ceviche place, Punta Azul, accompanied by Tammy 1, Ruben (my Peruvian brother) ...
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... monks from over
400 years. Seeing so many stacked up in piles was very off putting and we were
pleased to eventually see the light of day. The tour took us back to suburban
Miraflores where we then walked the couple of kms to our hostel. On the way we
stopped at a restaurant chain called Chillis where we had more nachos but this
was an expensive meal for what we got.
... you for wearing shorts. If you want to fit in- wear jeans and leggings.
- Shoes are really difficult to judge what you will need. You will not find quality shoes in Latin America at a reasonable price. Take soft sided ankle boots to colder places for nights around town.
- There is such a well worn backpackers trail around Latin America that you can follow it practically blindly. Just know that Brazil and Patagonia are ...