De La Bahia Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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... great change in scenery! Fuel consumption went up over 5 litres per hundred km. Tank range of only about 300 km.
We found a friendly place for a meal, Fish, Lomo (beef) with a semi spicy salsa (mm mm) and breakfast the next morning when we picked up Robin's rain jacket (left from the night before - forgetful man!!!). The people we’ve met are great and put up with our poor Spanish, assisting us to some good, tasty meals!
... iron ore,copper, gold ans semi-precious stones. The landscape looked like a desert with oases of trees and small settlements.
Saturday March 22nd
Sunday March 23rd
At sea. Eric's cough is getting worse and by noon he is running a temp. We went off to see the doctor and he put Eric on antibiotics, cough medicine and tylenol for the fever as well as put him in isolation. Now he cannot go to machu Picchu with me tomorrow.
... tannins and acidity.
All was well with the world. A great lunch with great wines and conversation. Vivian, the Public Relations Manager, was a great host and we chatted about wine, LimarÝ and got onto the subject of Pisco. I recanted the tale of my wild dreams from the artisan Kappa Pisco to her and she said that although Kappa was good, her husband and her were also producing an exceptional Pisco which was even better! This ...
... great acidity, rich, fine ripe black fruit. Long and well structured with ripe tannins. So good and in such small supply – I bought a bottle!
2. Rosa Pastilla (Pink Pill!) 2011
Made from Moscatel Rosada usually used for Pisco.
Very pale RosÚ. Grapey Muscat nose with sweet fruit. Clean and drier than expected from the nose. Quite refreshing, but not a great wine.
3. Cosecha Oto˝al ...
You guessed it! We're breaking up the journey by travelling to La Serena. Our bus was at 10 and we arrived at La Serena at approximately 5. We collected our bags, withdrew some cash, I scribbled down map directions from the map at the bus terminal and off we trekked to find our hostel. When we had looked online when booking it seemed quite nearby to the bus terminal, it was about ...