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My trip to Peru was an enjoyable one and I learned so much! If you want to learn a little bit about rich history, Peru is the place to go.
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... s say I made friends quickly at that hour yet instantly fell asleep as soon as my ass hit the seat. Waking up and realizing I was still in my dress, drunk and cold, I gathered my bag to change in the lavatories into a more appropriate travel attire. NO biggy.
Back at my seat, I returned to continue my nap until my 1st layover.
Arriving in Houston was nothing spectacular but overly confusing. I had no idea why there were so many ...
... how to build to withstand earthquakes - by placing their bricks in what is called the "bookshelf" formation. The hour long tour is informative and interesting. For $4 a person, it is worth it.
The next step in returning to vacation mode is to head out of Lima and to the beach. Some quick research and chats with our B&B owners leads us to Punta Hermosa - aka "the wave machine" (according to Mike). Punta Hermosa is ...
... hometown in Peru, through his travels to end up in a foreign land. The menu takes us through the journey, it's matched with wine.. And by the end of the 4 hour experience, I'm so full, but more importantly just blown away by the quality of food I had just eaten. They give you a leather bound book, with a CD soundtrack of the music they played that night, the menu, and pictures ...
... has two meanings. Probably the artist is more renowned for the mistake than the work. The plaza is also surrounded by some magnificent buildings giving no doubt to the Spaniards influence. The Grand Hotel Bolivar is a focal point and we didn't try but the best place for the famed Pisco Sour apparently.
Returning back in the same direction we arrived in Plaza de Armas for the changing of the guard in front of the Presidential Palace. The band arrived first and came to ...