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... not welcomed gladly back into our lives. However walking along the cliffs looking over the Pacific Ocean was amazing. Larcomar mall, an open air shopping complex built into the cliffs, was a perfect spot for a scenic lunch. The Parque del Amor a beautiful spot filled with loved up couples and PDA's. A walk down to the shingle beach - the gorgeous sound of waves on smooth pebbles, watching the sun set and trying to skim stones. We were craving home comforts last week, so it is lovely ...
... pass through customs and collect my luggage. My luggage took forever to come through, but eventually, relieved, I picked up my backpack and walked out to meet the G Adventures representative.
I shared the transfer with a very talkative Aussie, which made for an intertesting ride. After dropping him off at his hotel, we arrived at the Hotel Gemina, my accommodation for the next two nights. I checked in, walked up to my room, put down my bag and came face to face with my first ...
This morning we arrived at the port of Callao which borders on the capitol of Peru, Lima. This marks the section of the cruise where we will be revisiting ports that we have seen from previous cruises. The challenge now will be to try and see the ports a little differently than we had done previously. We are both also cruising under the restrictions of colds. It appears as if over half of the ship's cruisers have colds and the colds appear to be re-occurring for all of ...
... by now as if I visit my grand parents coming here. A place of consistency. Every day the same breakfast, every night Angelo waiting for late night arrivals, chatting with me about the wonderful places on this earth. He eventually pushes me towards the Colca canyon close to Arequipa. So instead of seeing another country, my South America travels continue in Peru.
I share the dorm with an Australian named James, who likes to drink Whisky in his spare time and travels ...
... on the design. Otherwise, all good. Would i trade the KTM in for one, not a hope in hell, but i got to give credit where credit is due!
The other thing that again struck me, is how easy it is to travel the world now days. While the first days of our trip following the Dakar were carefully planned and pre-booked, they last few days were completely by the seat of our pants. Other than knowing where we wanted to get too, nothing was planned. Having a GPS, access ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking