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January 27, 2002 | WILLIAM STEIGERWALD
Poor Lima. It has no fine beaches, no spectacular Inca ruins. And except for the dead of the South American summer--January, February and March--when the Pacific Ocean fog burns off, it barely gets any sun. Poor teeming Lima. Its urban sprawl of 8 million has grown 13-fold since 1960. If you read the description of Lima in the "Lonely Planet Guide to Peru," as we did for the first time when already aboard our flight, you'll want to ask the flight attendant for a parachute.
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