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Tbt: Old Lima

Geez, August already. Have a great weekend…

Avenida 9 de Diciembre Paseo Colón

Via Cardcow

Tbt: Old Peru

It’s been a flurry of activity, but the end is in sight. Definitely pics to follow soon, I promise. Wait until you see the place…

Here’s a classic from Cardcow…

Lima, Peru – Esquina de Bodegones

 

Tbt: Old Peru

All is going well in Tarapoto. Everything is in disorder as we’re having various things done while we’re here. The place just keeps getting better. We’ve put in AC for the smaller bedroom on the third floor, which will be a nice guest room, or possible rental room. We’ve also added a microbath in a nearby unused space, so the new room also now has it’s own bath. At least it will in just a few days. We’re still doing finishing touches, and we’re waiting for the tech to show up and install the continuous hot water heater. The carpenter comes Tuesday to install the door.

Here’s another classic postcard from Cardcow…

The Cathedral, Lima

Tbt: Old Peru

Have a nice weekend everyone. Be sure to try the lucuma fruit if you can. It’s wonderful…

Via Cardcow:

Puente Balta Bridge, Peru

Puente Balta Bridge, Peru

 

Tbt: Old Peru

Ay, a little late with this one. Stay cool people!

La Anciana (The Ancient One)

Tbt: Old Peru

Crazy week, but its all good. Have a great weekend. Here’s a classic:

El Anciano (The ancient one)

Tbt: Old Peru

Hope you’re having a good week. Here’s Paseo Colon from the splendor of Colonial Lima:

Tbt: Old Peru

The Galera tunnel is located high in the Andes at 4,777 m (15,681 ft.) on the central line between Lima, Peru & Huancayo, Peru: Here’s a vintage postcard via Cardcow:

 

Tbt: Old Peru

Last day in May, no way!

Here’s another look back to when Miraflores was a colonial gem. While many of the classic homes still remain, more and more Miraflores has become the land of soaring apartment complexes.

Tbt: Old Peru

Have a safe and happy Memorial Day weekend.

Continuing on last weeks’ Lake Titicaca theme, here’s a postcard from Rio Desaguadero near Lake Titicaca, Peru.

Via Cardcow.com: