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... Danny and Colin, who without them the trip wouldn’t have been as memorable, I know it was an exploratory trip as much for them as it was for us and they certainly did their very best for us all. Colin for all his ************ the truck, his sense of humour, the few glasses of wine we shared and just general talk. Danny for his sense of humour, expertise in languages, organisational skills and for just pulling it all together
They are both a real credit to Oasis ...
... and we are laughing and having the best time!
-I ate chifa (Chinese food) in the barrio chino here in Lima!
-I am one of the very few blondes.
-One of the main streets is closed from 7 am to 1 pm on Sundays and there was a spin class, soccer, mini volleyball, and zumba class in the middle of avenida Arequipa!
-I visited La Casa de Panchita yesterday (an NGO) which helps trabajadores del hogar.
... Victor) had a coffee and then to a pub for a couple and then another pub for a couple. He was getting pretty drunk. Haha. Anyway I will stay with him when he returns to cusco, but he has a friend to pick me at the airport and take me to a hostel. He knows them. I won't have to pay. Okay. He is a travel agent. This may be a longer stay then ...
... called Alexandrina. Sandwich was pork filet with onions and camote, a delicious combination of salty fried pork, onions in lemon juice and the slightly sweet (sweet potato) textured flavor of the camote, a combination of flavor only someone who has tried will understand. From there we headed north in a suprisingly large amount of traffic.
igh fives all around upon completion of our adventure, 10 1/2 days after we ...
... It's odd because it seems like such a safe area. Robbie and I are good comprises in terms of asking for more direction vs going with instincts - you obviously know who has the better instincts! Taking a small local bus downtown was an interesting experience, paying only 1.20SOL for a half hour trip, though one thing I've learnt is that Peruvians love tooting their horns at any chance they get! Pisco Sour is a drink/shot of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility