Strolling Through Lima and Touring Hot Springs in Churín

Wandering Lima

It is funny to me that we assumed that we wouldn’t like Lima and skipped it entirely the first time through. We had to return because it is the transportation hub for not only the country but for this region of South America. Surprisingly, we ended up liking it so much that we stayed there altogether for 10 nights. I felt right at home in the little bohemian neighborhood of Barranco. We developed a routine there, taking frequent strolls to our favorite spots. Lima is a gastronomic paradise. It was hard to leave the wonderful food and tranquil atmosphere we discovered.

Hanging out in Barranco
Hanging out in Barranco
Fresh crab found in my soup
Fresh crab found in my soup at Cevicheria Union in Barranco
Mouth-watering Fresh Maracuya Cake with Organic Coffee from La Panadera
Mouth-watering Fresh Maracuya Cake with Organic Coffee from La Panadera
Street Art in Barranco
Street Art in Barranco

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