Leaving Peru... again :P
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October 22nd, 2009 – by: yadilitta
I didn't need to be at the airport such in advance. I wasn't checking any bag and already had my boarding pass, pffff. Oh well, at least Lima's airport is nice, hehe. So instead of going straight to customs and security I started to walk in the other way. I saw some other restaurants, airline offices and even a chapel! I had no idea there was one here. Well, I assumed there should be one, since we are a Catholic country, but never saw it until now. It was right at the end of a hall and was small.
Ok, time to go back to the regular area. I decided to go through security and customs, although it was early. I was doing the line and the guy at security asked where I was going. I said: Cali. And he said: "The capital of Salsa! You are gonna have a blast there!" Cool, Fun is what I'm always looking for :)
Since I had lots of time, I decided to be a good girl and helped people having problem filling forms and finding their gates, hahaha. I should work at the airport, hahaha. I was talking on the cellphone and noticed the battery was about dying. The gate was almost empty, so I looked for a seat close to the plug and let my cellphone charging, while I was reading and listening to some music.
It was 6 something when we started to board. The flight wouldn't be direct. It'd make a quick stop in Quito. The plane was ok, but didn't have the individual screens, buuuu. I grabbed one of the complimentary newspapers and was so happy to find an article about the restaurant that won for the best cebiche at the food festival, hahaha. It's not a fancy one and I didn't know its location, but here I even found the phone number, yay!!!!
I was about grabbing my book, when I noticed that the airplane magazine was about Gastronomy in South America. They were even recommending restaurants in the major cities, including Lima, yay! I was about writing the names down, but better take the magazine with me, shhhh. I had a plan, hehehe.
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