Friday night in Lima, get the party started :)
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January 16th, 2009 – by: yadilitta
Days ago Adam and I were planning going to Barranco to party and today I talked to some friends and they'd be in Barranco too, yay! Furthermore, people at the hostel were thinking about going to Barranco too. Cool, the gang was getting bigger and bigger.
It was around 9pm when we moved outside. We were just chilling out in the patio when Pedro came with drinks for everyone. At this point we were 5 people: Harry (Dominica Rep), Tim (Ireland), Adam (USA), Pedro (Peru) & me. Yes, an international crowd and yes, I was the only girl :P We were thinking about playing cards first, but Pedro came with "Jenga". This was something new for me, of course I have seen this game before, but never played it. Well, there we go and ladies first ;)
Things were easy at the beginning, but it started to become difficult, mmm.
Now we were ready to go to Barranco. We took 2 cabs and drove to Sargento Pimienta, one of Rom's favorite clubs. The place was crowded, but there was no line to go in, yay! There was a band playing that night. I was looking for my friends and found them in a corner. They asked me to bring my new friends with me. Oh! I don't think they were expecting me arriving with 8 people, haha. It was so nice to meet Rom and Jesus.
We were having fun, but the guys wanted to check other places and also see the famous boulevard in Barranco. They wanted to listen some latin music too. So we left Jesus and Rom and moved. We went to a small pub there. We found a table on the roof and were chatting for a while, now it was time to dance, hehe. So, we went to the dance floor. The place was packed and you could barely move. It was past 2 am when we left this place. Pedro had to work tomorrow - actually later. The group missed some members, but got new ones too :)
Ok, we wanted to keep on party but where to go now? Well, Yadi was the guide, so Tayta was top of my list, haha. But I wasn't the only one suggesting it. Adam wanted to go back to that place too. It was almost 3am when we arrived there. We found a free table over there and by the time we arrived, there was already a band playing, hehe. We were just chilling out there. This would be Juan's last night in Peru, actually in South America before flying back to the States and back to work. Which better way to spend it than partying in Lima?
We stayed there, enjoying the live music and new friends until almost 4am... I was getting tired, was time to go back home...
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