El Capitan

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

    Day 2 in Peru

    A travel blog entry by nmitch on Dec 03, 2014

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    ... path, which was a much different path than the one taken earlier, was extremely rocky and steep. At one point I almost backed down but then realized that the only way to get down the mountain now was from the zipline. The walk up itself took about 2 hours, but before I knew it we were at the top of the mountain looking down at what seemed to be the whole world. The view from the top was so worth the dangerous and ...

    ESL - week 2

    A travel blog entry by robinturner on Jul 21, 2014

    ... of their displays. We left a little early so we could go have our lunches and get ready for our afternoon ESL Classes. It is a long day when we spend the mornings helping but don't start our own classes until 2:00. Our classes went well, but we combined them and taught together due to low numbers. We found out that some students may not be returning because initially, the ...

    Exploring Lima

    A travel blog entry by julieblyth on Apr 13, 2014

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    ... which were fascinating. They house thousands of human skeleton bones. We also went to the local market where Paula showed us the local fruit and vegetables and all the local dishes which I found fascinating. The final stop of the tour was to a bar where the Pisco Sour was supposedly invented. The Pisco Sour is a mix of pisco (peruvian brandy), sugar, egg white and lime juice. They are huge all over Peru. Back to the hotel in time to meet the tour group. A large one with 16 of ...

    Days 129 - 131: Lima, Peru

    A travel blog entry by tksa on Feb 04, 2014

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    ... drinks are a little expensive for a travellers budget but a sneaky bottle of cheap rum from the supermarket saved us quite a bit. We played beer pong and flip cup (both of which Kelly was very very good at) with the other travellers in the hostel and then jumped in a taxi to the Barranco district to a few bars.

    We were surprised to find that we were the only gringos in the joint and tried to blend in with what we thought at the time was ...

    Cusco to Tambopata Research Center

    A travel blog entry by nicval on Nov 22, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... visible. So like the animals, the humans stayed indoors. Not a bad way to relax, talking with very interesting people. We did go to the clay lick however no birds had come out from the rain. The river had swollen probably 3 meters, was very fast with trees, logs and debris flowing down making navigation a challenge. No animals today. But we were up at 4 am for our last day. We headed to the clay lick and were lucky to see hundreds of parrots, probably twenty blue and yellow macaws, ...