The exceptional quality of food in Lima kept surprising me. And Pescados Capitales was my favorite meal of the trip.
El Malecón makes for a great walk, some fresh air and views of the Pacific.
The contrast of this ancient structure with the surrounding modern sprawl strikes quite a contrast.
La Lucha came highly recommended but I didn't think it would be as good as it was.
The MATE is small but features a nice sampling of Testino's portrait photography.
It's overcast and gray a lot of times in Lima but the colors of the Barranco District really glow.
The place is stacked with paintings, sculptures, drawings and has a contemporary feel while featuring it's Belle Epoque architecture.
Top five for airport meals.
Wish I had spent more time in Cusco but was able to snap these two as I passed through.
After trying to wrap my head around the engineering challenges of building this citadel the awe really started to set in ...
Aguas Calientes is a charming town set in the cloud forest of Peru.
It was a smooth ride up to Aguas Calientes that included a snack, amazing views of the country side and history of sites we passed as we rolled through.
The food at The Treehouse is delicious. I chose three dishes: a soup and two ceviches.
I was spurred on to try the coca leaf and the candies after reading how they fend off altitude sickness. I was also very curious.