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Author Archives: Pat Feldhaus
Day 3 – Early morning flight to Cuzco at 10,909 elevation where the primary industry is tourism. On our way down into the Sacred Valley of the Incas, our bus detoured off the main road for several spontaneous “discoveries.” At … Continue reading
Walter, our guide, shared some facts:Spanish is the Number 1 language followed by Quecha(spoken mostly by native Andeans); 3.20 sols + $1.oo; 1988-l992 was the period of terrorists, and July 28 is the Peruvian Independence Day. The “Parque d’Amor” was … Continue reading
We arrived in Lima in the evening of the first day; but alas, Kathy’s luggage never caught up with us until the evening of Day 6! She took it in stride and the good part was that she never had … Continue reading
“Discover Real Affordable Peru..including Machu Pichu, the Sacred Valley and Cuzco in an Overseas Adventure Tour.” How could I resist the lure of the travel brochure, especially since Paul and I had tried to visit Peru in 1989; however, we … Continue reading
Our weekend ended on a light note with “Being Liberal Means Never Having to Say You’re Sorry” presented by The Second City National Touring Company, a group of six highly Talented improv artists who performed witty, satirical sketches. Some of … Continue reading
We were able to see two more plays on Sunday. “Snowman by Greg MacArthur at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre which promotes “provocative artists and alternative lifestyles” had a very interesting plot about what happens to a dysfunctional couple, a … Continue reading
We walked to the Hummingbird Centre for the Performing Arts to see Paul Ruder’s powerful opera, “The Handmaid’s Tale” directed by Phyllidia Lloyd and performed by the Canadian Opera Company with Conductor Richard Bradshaw. I thought that this production was … Continue reading
Other tour highlights were the Bata Shoe Museum shaped like a shoe box; the University of Toronto (largest in Canada); riding along the harbor front of Lake Ontario; the Skydome for sporting events; and Fort York which was taken over … Continue reading
“In 1812 the population of Toronto was 2,000. Today the Greater Metropolitan Area tops 3 1/2 million and is the 5th largest city in North America. One of the big tourist attractions is Casa Loma (house on the hill), a … Continue reading