We drove into northern Lima in mid afternoon; chaos, confusion and traffic, worse than Cairo, greeted us. Yes, it is true driving in Lima is worse than driving in Cairo. Beaten up cars, trucks and buses compete for space and it seems the driver with the biggest bull bar wins. No one it seems uses […]
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Northern Peru, Ecaudor Border to Huar...
There were few buildings, which are necessary at any border crossing, but it was not a town. In front of the buildings were shelters made of scraps of wood, fabric and other materials, inside women cooked and made meals for weary travelers. Dogs scavenged; a woman carrying two squawking turkeys crossed the International Bridge […]