Mick Jagger visits President Humala en route to Amazonian ecolodge

President Ollanta Humala welcomed British rock star Mick Jagger to the government palace Sunday,with the minister of Trade and Tourism, José Luis Silva.

The legendary Rolling Stones leader, Sir Michael Jagger arrived in Lima early Sunday on a private visit with his companion, designer L’Wren Scott, and his 12-year old son Lucas Maurice,  to travel later in the day to Puerto Maldonado to stay at an ecological reserve outside the jungle town. The reserve includes a canopy walk.

Following his brief visit to President Humala and his wife, Jagger visited the Rafael Larco museum and other sites.

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