El Doral Hotel
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... a gap year, VMT now receives much smaller groups and often only 1 or 2 volunteers compared to 40 or 50 back in 2003, so I was very glad we could go and be of some use for a few days and leave behind a donation to be used for summer activities.
Alejandro came and picked us up from Lima and took us out to the school. I was expecting to say hi to a few other people who are still working with Quest such as Marta and Lucho, but I ...
... so there were many yummy confections to choose from. They are so pretty that they are almost too pretty to eat.
... but the Conquistadors instigated the addition of citrus fruits to the dish. It was later on in the 20th Century during the era of Japanese immigration that a marinade called “Tiger’s Milk” was created by the Japanese chefs. At this point Ceviche came into its own. Its Javier Wong’s own Tiger Milk that sets him apart from the rest plus his insistence on using only Sole fish (and huge Sole at that) which has lead to him being ...
"You're very lucky - you are dining with the best-looking Peruvians in the whole of Peru." That was the matter-of-fact statement by local ladies' man Andres as I had lunch with him and his twin brother, Franco. Looking back, I have absolutely no idea what possessed me to join these two smooth operators for prawns and patatas fritas on the sea front in the cute fishing village of Paracas. But in light of how events unfolded, I'm delighted I did. I had just enjoyed a couple of days of ...
Well, we have been on many long-haul flights in the past but this one seemed to last forever. We were seated in the centre of the centre set our four seats, so it meant that Trevor and I each had someone on our other side which meant that if we needed to go to the loo or wanted to get up to stretch our legs or retrieve something from our bags, we would have to disturb the person in the aisle seat.
Time passed in its inexorable and inevitable way, ...