El Capitan

Address: Mar De Cortez 298, San Felipe, Baja California, \N, Mexico | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from San Felipe

        Day 18 - Paracas, Ballestos islands and Ica

        A travel blog entry by bass_alive on Aug 30, 2015

        ... t make it quick for the octopus which was still writhing ... it held the octopus' head in its mouth and swung it about, bashing it against the rocks for a good few minutes before finally swallowing it. After this great sight there was another treat ... a bloody bird shat on my camera lens (just a small bit luckily) - fortunately after a quick wipe down all was ok. When we arrived back at the port there was a pelican standing guard on top of the walkway so we also got ...

        Lima to Cosco

        A travel blog entry by travelin.grrls on Apr 22, 2015

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        ... simple enough, but I was nervous that we'd end up stranded on the streets of Lima holding a sign reading: "help! Stranded, pequeño Espaniol. Tienes dolor? Donde esta el baño?" We figured it out tho. I gotta learn to trust the process. People here are pretty. Got to the little hostel in Cusco. Freshening up then heading out to the plaza. I hear music ...

        Nice to be back to civilisation

        A travel blog entry by milskii on Nov 27, 2014

        8 photos

        ... little weird. They had a laser show projecting through the fountains, they had filmed people dancing and projected that as well as lights, so we had local dancing to a ballet dance. I loved all of the other colourful fountains though. It wasn't a particularly warm night but people were playing in the fountains and getting really wet, fun to watch but I certainly didn't join in. ...

        Understanding the Human Brain, Part 2

        A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Oct 04, 2014

        5 photos

        ... that was more than the sum of its parts; and there arose, for the first time, wonderful, expressive depictions of the human face, narratives of human lives, and poetry rich in metaphor. It gave rise to the phenomenon of drama, whereby we see ourselves more clearly at a distance, but not in some detached and lifeless way - able more than ever to empathise. There was a keen sense of what needed to remain implicit, an understanding of the ...

        Lima, Peru - The Deep End

        A travel blog entry by amybrazier on Aug 31, 2014

        7 photos

        ... the way back from our tour we passed the Amor 'Love Park' which is full of couples and features a massive statue of two people kissing, it was said that a mayor used to hold a competition to see which couple could hold the longest kiss. Laura and I then had to rush back to the hotel to meet the rest of the group. Did the whole group introduction thing and Laura and I both realised we were the only people travelling on our own - we soon bonded a lot and ...