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I just found out about this board. I am happy. Reposting an IWO from some months ago because happiness
A park in Lima City
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No. 8686
>>8685
There is no peruball D:
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Barranco main square
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No. 8688
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Man this is what I imagine living in a paradise feels like. It is so bizarre and alien to my STALKER feels. It's been gray, rainy, and cool all week here just the way I like it. Soon everything will die and truly be bleak. Isn't it almost Spring for you?
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No. 8689
>I just found out about this board
First rule of fight club is don't talk about fight club!

>A park in Lima City
Looks like Chinatown Los Angeles
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hxOoM0-NJI
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>>8689
There is also chinatown in Lima. Might go take some photos when I go back there. I am currently at Cusco

pic one is peruvian ass
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>>8691
Peru has this strange mystical quality when viewed from satellite. You guys have some very interesting architecture and city planning.
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>>8702
pretty sure the Masons ran Peru
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Interesting pictures, although they all seem to be a bit too bright. Did you take them in raws? They all seem to be on the same shutter speed. I'd lower the ISO. Hopefuly someday I'll be able to afford money to travel to south america. It really looks amazing, otherworldly but more appealing than asiatic or african countries.
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This is a severely underrated threda we need more IWOs
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No. 10808
I totally missed this thread. I have some old krauchan IWO thread pictures saved on an USB HDD.
If someoone is interrested I could repost them ITT.
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>>10808
Yes please do so
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>>10809

So here we go.

Let's start with Moscow at May first 2012, preparations for some big ass parade of the Russian army.
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>>10913
You was in russia and was on parade? How was it?
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>>10926
No, I'm just reposting a ru guy's IWO thread.
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done
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No. 23831
okay it was Peru.
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No. 23841
Surprised I missed this thread. If this is just a general IWO I've got a lot of pictures from my last visit to Lima.
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No. 23847
>>23841
please do
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I was in Lima for a few weeks in March, the tail end of summer. La Victoria is not exactly as picturesque as Barranco, but it's more of a daily scene. Second is taken from a neighborhood store. Latter two are taken from buses.
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A lot of buildings around my area are relatively old. They have no A/C so it's not unusual to see open windows and fans blaring everywhere in the summer. Miku has seen better days.
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Here's a park in Lince, Parque Pedro Ruiz Gallo, to the west of La Victoria. Generally it's a more peaceful area, and the sun was pretty that day. As you can tell, weebs here live openly.
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The connecting point between the two districts. On the distance, to the south, you can see bits of San Isidro. It's a bit on the higher end of the financial spectrum; you see start seeing more shit like Starbuck's and Dunkin Donuts. Though the greenery there is pretty. I may have more pictures of there from an older trip.
I like this bridge a lot.
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This is the Metropolitano. Some streets have been sealed off and dedicated exclusively for this bus service; it's a bit like an improvised train system. Which is a bit odd since we also have trains, but hey.
A single ride is relatively pricey, but it follows a single route and doesn't have to deal with traffic, plus it's pretty safe.
Regular buses are cheaper and you get far more out of your money if you know the routes and know the right bus. Though time can be issue and peddlers like to hop on.
Michael Jackson impersonator dancing in front of a Metro store. He was cool. Regular markets are cheaper, but Metro sometimes has some convenient shit that's harder to find. Also there's a playground somewhere on the roof and I have been blueballed from getting on there since the start of the millennium.
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First two are the Huaca Balconcillo, ruins of an old town built ages ago. From what I remember, it seems like they cleaned up the place a lot. There was a lot of trash near the edges.
Third is from a nearby park; the name eludes me. A lot of parks have a shrine to Mary or a saint. It's not uncommon to see people crossing themselves while passing by. Though usually the fences are a bit more restrained. Then again this one only has a glass case so I guess I can't blame them.
Fourth is Jalea Mixta from a nearby restaurant called Sakura.
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More of La Victoria. I'm not quite going to point out my exact neighborhood since everything there is pretty well mapped. I like the last picture, though that's from a different trip during a different season. Gotta say, I prefer the winter.
Next episode, I got to the beach. Woo
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No. 23892
>>23880
I enjoyed this. Thanks for posting.
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No. 23898
>>23879
What sort of dish is that? How was it?
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Sup. Went seaside today. It's not uncommon to see paragliders around the edge of Miraflores and Barranco.
>>23898
Jalea Mixta is a mix of deep-fried seafood (mainly fish, squid, shrimp, clams). The one I ordered came with a side of ceviche, boiled corn, toasted corn (cancha), and bits of fried plantains. It's really fucking good.
>>23892
No problem.
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It's around this time that vacations start to wind down so the beaches aren't as crowded. Or maybe life itself avoids me.
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The Pacific's sheer size makes me cry, but in a good way.
Also pictured: some lads wanting some unique shots.
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Fuck it. We're going back in time. Miraflores in the winter. Eternally overcast.
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I was really disappointed by it but then again I went to probably a shitty, smelly beach in Santa Monica at night. The Pacific intimidates the shit out of me by its sheer size though. You can look at one whole side of the planet and basically it's nothing but that ocean.
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>>23903
Actually how different if at all is it between going to a California beach and a Peruvian one?
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>>23934
>>23935
The size adds to the appeal. On one hand it almost feels only one barrier stands between you and the other side. On the other hand, the scale is dwarfing, especially at night and when you look at the city in comparison.
I've never been to California, and not a lot of beaches in general so I can't compare. I can only really compare it to places like Ica, which are generally prettier. Still, in Lima itself you have conventional beaches along with cliffs, which attract people who want a seaside experience but don't want to deal with beachgoears or sand.
Went to a museum all about electricity. They had an exhibit where you can power some lightbulbs with a bike. My pedaling can only light three of them though.
Also in Barranco you can find art shops. This one has a mural by Jade Rivera. I bought a few prints but I can't find them.
Oh lawd.
An American-style diner. Dunno how it is though, heard it's OK.
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From winter 2016. For comparison's sake here's some more seaside images.
Some areas don't have beaches but they do have these rocky miniature peninsulas where people just stand and take in the ocean.
Some cliffs are popular destination spots. There's one where it's said a monk threw himself into the ocean. Some guy reenacts this frequently, lunging into the sea and climbing back out. Unfortunately I wasn't able to take a good shot of him.
Little guy wants to go the city.