Bravo Surf Camp
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... Wow, what an experience! We finished lunch by around 5pm and head to Barranco to visit the Mario Testino MATE gallery. Amazing photographs by this highly regarded artist. MATE is a small museum with some great exhibits of Testino's photography. Most of the works have been in Vanity Fair over the last twenty years. There is one gallery devoted to Princess Diana that was particularly good. MATE was a great stop off. It is now approx 7pm and we are all tired, so we head to ...
... 8217;s afterwards because the champions league final between Barcelona and Juventus was on. It was a decent match and Messi had another stormer. His performance reminded me very much of the days when Amy O’Flaherty would torment opposition defenders for St.Josephs F.C. She was an absolute terrier of a right winger and you’d do well to think of another player in world football who could get up and down the line with the same grit ...
... it in time!
Iguazzu Falls crosses 3 countries' boarders, Brazil (where we are), Argentina (where we were previously) and Paraguay (not going there). Believe it or not, you can see the Argentine side from across the falls.
It was absolutely amazing!! We walked out on a platform to above the part called the Devils Throat. The water is so ferocious and powerful. The guide joked yesterday that if you fall in on the Brazilian side we could pick you ...
... way to survive in this new climate. From hibernation to estivation, these would be the days of light sleeping and slow walking and low appetite. My cheeks became warm, my skin became smoother as the attack visited on me by the Canadian winter was lost to a light sweat. I breathed the air filled with new scents, new weather, new possibilities. In the memoir 'Shantaram', Gregory David Roberts has a wonderful passage about journeying through ...
... lunch on board. 6.5 hours later we landed in Lima...time to face the ordeal of getting through the airport and out to the buses for our museum tour. Lima traffic and insane driving techniques rival the wild driving in Shanghai. The only thing they're missing here are the little Chinese people on motor scooters. It was interesting to learn that they have a lot of Chinese restaurants in Peru. Had an excellent tour guide who led us through the historically ...