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... There were van sized busses to American school bus sized busses, with no discernible number system on them nor any regard for safety. We saw one couple hail a bus that was passing by and instead of the bus stopping it simply opened the doors, and the couple ran along side and jumped in! Then there were the cars. The combination of big 4x4s, small tiny cars and hundreds of taxis which looked as if they were as old as us. The cars were diving ...
... have the afternoon free to enjoy the city.
I spent my time by the beach.
Just a short walk from the hotel is Larcomar, a seaside park with a mall underneath that faces the water. The weather was amazing and the location was perfect for both ocean and people watching.
A great way to unwind after an exciting and busy week in Peru. I mean, c'mon . . . Lima, Urubamba, Chinchero, Ollantaytambo, Machu ...
... 7:30 breakfast 8:30 dry landing: Visit Punta Espinosa. It's a landing on black lava rocks with little bays. In the bays there are sea lions, pups, red crabs, turtle, stingray, hundreds of marine iguanas, blue heron, blue footed boobies, flightless comorans. The marine iguanas dig nests in the sand and lay their eggs. 11:00 back on boat. Write blog and chill. 12:00 lunch. Anna is still ill with headache, nausea and fatigue. Lewys and Nina stay on boat with her. 14:00 ...
... interjected. “Now Bert, it is your turn to find out,”
he said laughing.
The captain's Ball was scheduled at
9:30 pm and because we don't dance,
I just went to the Queens Lounge and took some pictures of the lounge
before the actual scene. I would have liked to wait until the
dancing started, but what the heck? It will be the same scenario,
almost like walking into Madame Tussuad's wax museum for free. Or as
the comedian on ...
... can walk. A bit like a bouncy castle. Most of the indian communities live off tourism and purchase material things like, solar panels, TV etc. Our guide describes their history, culture and how they live, eat and cook things. It’s interesting and even they kids are captivated. By 10am the clouds have cleared and the sun is burning our heads. We visit another community before heading back to Puno. The rest of the day is spent taking care of logistics and making sure the kids ...