El Capitan

Mar De Cortez 298, San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from San Felipe

    Lots of love for Lima

    A travel blog entry by lct570 on Jul 21, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... of Lima. Jose, our guide was totally brilliant and we'd really recommend this to anyone passing through the city. We never felt unsafe despite the totally mental drivers on the roads in Lima and we learnt loads about the history and culture of the city. Jose took us to a great bodega in Barranco for lunch called Bar Piselli, where we had ginger ale and olive & cheese sandwiches. Doesn't sound like much but for some reason it was absolutely delicious. One evening we took the ...

    Arequipa The White City.

    A travel blog entry by gezza51 on Nov 10, 2013

    ... want to open we were blown away with the countryside. Being water people we were a bit disappointed that we only caught a glimpse of the coastline before heading inland..unlike the srupulously clean tourist areas, the towns we passed had rubbish and I mean rubbish everywhere and this filth was contrasted by spectacular desert mountains, narrow hairpin roads and the colours of red,yellow and pinks and lack of any plant life whatever. You ...

    Day 17 Lima

    A travel blog entry by elliotgamble on Oct 02, 2013

    7 comments, 3 photos

    ... his size and colour of choice he snatched this great buy up and off we went. Lunch was a pizza from a local Peruvian cafe. This was a nice chance to chill and chat before heading off on the rest of our busy day. In the afternoon we tackled the massive Lima markets. These were incredible. Massive corrugated iron shacks filled with everything you could image. I mean everything. They would have whole blocks of stalls dedicated to one thing. First we found about ...


    A travel blog entry by benandhelen on Jul 10, 2013

    10 photos

    ... the beach. There's a famous statue here called 'The Kiss', which looks a bit garish in my opinion, but apparently loads of newly-weds come here to have their photo taken in front of the statue. There was a nice seating area around the park which looked quite Gaudi-esque (if anyone's been to Parc Guell in Barcelona you'll see what I mean).
    Our hangover seemed to have induced the same mist hanging over the city into ...

    A bit of a disaster

    A travel blog entry by cheeseandcarrie on Jun 20, 2013

    1 photo

    ... i was forced to say a sad goodbye to Carrie as she headed to the USA alone whithout a clue when i would join her. I was also told by Avianca, our flight company, that i would have to change my flight through STA as i booked through them.

    Back outside Starbucks i slumped on the ground with Carries Iphone to see what my options were. Basically i had none without the ESTA visa so i emailed them and called STA Travel to try ...