Lima met us with clouds and persistent taxi drivers. And of course we immediately got ripped off by the latter (yes, we paid triple the price for taxi ride from the airport and I even left the tip).
We stayed here for three days and all three days I had exactly same breakfast at exactly same restaurant. You know, that proud moment when you find something good quite early and then you just stick to it and avoid experiments (because nothing can beat “Broken eggs” sandwich in Tanta).
To sum up: Lima is a city of contrasts, busy streets and good food. It is also a great “sea-level” start of any Peru journey.