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... there to see the sun. About 3 months a year it is blue, beautiful and tropical and the locals flock to the beach. Apparently numerous people suffer from lack of sun and it has been called the most unhappy city in the world. However that is really unfair the people are happy, the food is awesome, the bars are full and people here seem to have a great time. I actually quite like the temperature it’s perfect for strolling around in a ...
... wall being one long window providing a view over Lima. The bed was big enough to get lost in and looked like it would be so comfy after sleeping on a plane. Before climbing into bed we decided that we should have a stroll and see if we could find some food. Following the advice from Nevers we headed a couple of blocks up from the hotel the main street through Miraflores. We wandered along the road seeing what was around, taking in the ...
... share their knowledge. 10:15 snorkelling around isla Tintoruras. Visibility is 3 to 5m. Don't see much until the end where we see pengouin, sting ray, big eagle ray, sea lion. Kids snorkel as well. The water is warmish 12:00 lunch, buffet. Logistics: making backups of photos. Why is it so difficult! 14:00 dry landing at Puerto Villamil. Visit turtle breeding centre. Tortoises are different from Santa Cruz but the same. Then we stay on the beach while the kids bodyboard. 18:00 ...
He walked so slowly that it would have
been perfect for a time lapse photographer to catch the action from
start to finish. I swear that if we were cruising in Alaska we
could have seen glaciers drift by faster. His very stooped shoulders
were draped with an ill fitting grey sweater matched with very
pointed leather shoes. She was wearing black gladiator style high
heels adding to the incompatibility, and style of their garb on board
... explains the local culture, industry and history. We visit a splendid church in a nothing village, some inca ruins, stop at a pass at 4300m which is one of the sources for the Amazon river and finally we visit a pyramid. We drive through Juliaca, an ugly city near lake Titicaca, and arrive in Puno, another ugly city, just before dark. Our hotel is in the town centre and quite comfortable and safe. Puno doesn’t have the best reputation and we’re careful. We eat in a ...