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... not be as impressive as Machu Picchu but it's an important Inca archaeological site. You can climb up to the top of the excavated 'Temple of the Sun' and have a clear view of the sea. The whole site takes about two to three hours to see and there's not a stick of shade so you have to take along some suitable head-gear. There were shanty towns along the highway to Pachacamac. The government is trying to gradually legitimise these dwellings. There ...
... carrots, and the corn that's different from ours.
Raquel came this afternoon - Magda & Pepe's daughter.
There is ...
And, of course, we'll always have Peru. Pisco sours fore everyone!
After the reception we had another amazing meal followed by bittersweet goodbyes. I think everyone is ready to head home but not quite ready for the trip to end. Isn't that how a good trip should end? I think so!
This has been so much fun. Perfect weather, amazing destinations, guides that have gone above and beyond (THANKS Amalya and ...
Georges had a restless night and was not feeling well after his indulgences at dinner last night. We really had not any urgent plans for Lima so decided we would stay on board. When I met up with Marion and Jim she also was not feeling well so we all opted to just stay on board. We spent most of the day pool side reading and enjoying the sun. ...
... cliffs. Balanced on the edge of scarcity and abundance, halfway through the territory I've charted out, finding all my maps insufficient. Tantalized by the rocky whisper of the shore.
But perhaps this bit I wrote while sitting in a certain third story windowsill says it best, if also appropriately enigmatically:
Take me in, pero nunca olvida que soy un ave salvaje con las alas de hambre.