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Travel Blogs from Lima
... is the first breakfast we have had since we left London, not through choice but due to stress and lack of time as we race about re-stocking up on everything. We take our time to enjoy this one! At a pharmacy we discover you don't need a script for most of the things we need to re -buy and we stock up on altitude sickness, dodgy tummy and some psoriasis meds. Now just a few more trekking items to buy and hopefully we are set! We make our way to ...
... brand Jack Wolfskin as i couldnīt pay for my favorite ones.
Laughing and laughing, all of a sudden He just showed me the trousers and oh surprise! there were the expensive ones!! I couldnīt speak for some minutes and told him I canīt pay for it. He just smiled and said that He donates me the extra money those cost! I literally almost die of emotion, I still canīt believe I got my favorites trousers! and to top it all He also brought to me ...
... out some Spanglish.
The layover in Panama was seemless. I had just enough time to get to my gate, and use the bathroom. I could tell I was headed toward warmer weather since it felt like a sweat shop in the airport. Surprisingly enough, there was free internet. Which is crazy to think since some airports in the U.S. charge for internet. Although I did feel like I was in the U.S. for a moment as I passed a ...
... the ever fabulous Lisa Han****n
Feel of the World, Tift Merritt
Plum Village (track 2), Songs for the Birds, Peter Gallagher
A Change is Gonna Come, Sam Cooke
No One Knows My Name, Gillian Welch
All the Wild Horses, Ray LaMontagne
The Home Playlist
Welcome Home, Radical Face
Let Her Go, Passenger
You Can’t Hurry Love, The Concretes
Ho Hey, The Lumineers
Home, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic ...
... and KFC diners. Was like being in England but with the sun. Ahh yes the sun and heat are back and all at low altitude! Although rather bizarrely the mist from the ocean rolled in quite regularly over the suburb, which was quite eery. We walked the suburban streets of Miraflores and it quickly became evident this was the well to do area with gated communities and security guards outside houses. They also had an abundance of sea front apartments which ...
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