An interesting aspect i found in Peruvians, a very large percentage of the population are too poor even the middle class to travel around their country. It is sad that many have never seen the Lines of Nasca, the ruins of Machu Picchu, and other national prides; this being their history and culture. I met people that had only left Lima a few times in their lives, perhaps only visiting the small town of their parents or other family members. Therefore many don't know about how to travel to these places or what cultural secrets these places hold.
Like many old cities there are little stores in the tourist areas to sell souvenir items
However there are also small places where you can access the internet. These are not always in the tourist areas.
Taxi drivers are NOT your friends
There are SO many taxis everywhere that there will never be a problem finding one when you need one. They will beep their horns when they are looking for a fare. When they stop, make sure that you haggle for a good price because they will rip you off! If you offer a price and they say no, walk away and get a different taxi. They want your fare, so they may just take your offer as you're walking away. Never get in the taxi without settling on a price first.
all kinds of food in one country
Hello fellows well here I am once again I was surfing the net and came across a site containing almost all the most distinguished restaurants in Lima please check it out if you ar here and want some good food....the site is:
Pisco sour in Los delfines
I dont know how to explain it
, i Have been here twice, may be this is not the best pisco sour in town, but trust me it worth it to come....
you are going to see a dolphin swiming while you are drinking, nice to see. all the wall is an acuarium with two dolphins.