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... from the street. Access is by lighted staircases. Once in the midst of all the action, we frankly felt like we could be anywhere in the US because so many of the shops and restaurants were American chains. At any rate, we each drank a glass of wine then went back to the room, skipping dinner because we were still full from lunch.
Tomorrow we fly to Cusco and from there to the Sacred Valley, where things will be undoubtedly interesting! Stay tuned!
... navigated the stupid cliff path to the beach! Dewy fancied a surf (standing up once...he claims) whilst Lucy blindly cheerlead from the beach. Dewy's swimming training paid off and he managed to last a whole 45 mins before tiredness, sore chin and urination set in. Amongst all the frivolous activities the coupled spotted the array of paraponters. After much persuasion over dinner, dewy ...
... Peruvian food that has its roots in Lima. The restaurant is owned and fronted by Peruvian-born chef Mitsuharu Tsumura who is trained in Japan completing a gruelling apprenticeship at one of the best sushi restaurants in Osaka, Japan. His style is minimalistic and this shows in the restaurant which combines elements of sushi service – counter seating, omakase menu – with a more traditional restaurant. Tsumura’s Maido rises to the ...
... there, and it consisted of about 40 people, all gathered under the only tiny sheltered bit as it was pouring with rain, everyone smoking weed and drinking beer and playing cards as the DJs were setting up. We went back into town to get some warmer clothes, and when we got back the music was pumping on a small patch of grass next to a flowing river and under partial tree cover, everyone (about half of the total partygoers) totally lost in a haze of drugs and banging ...
... shown directly to our room with a beautiful view (although it would be nice if they cleaned the windows a little better). We were also pleasantly surprised to find the wi-fi was free for Marriott Rewards members (we thought we were going to have to pay or not use it).
After settling in, it was time for a late lunch. We crossed the street to the Larcomar Mall and snagged the last table with a view at Tanta. It was time to eat ceviche! We ordered our first of ...