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... draw here, since the cliffs are hundreds of feet high in all parts of this suburb, unlike
elsewhere in the city. But this does mean that the views are great, despite the ever-present fog at this time of year. We strolled along the front, looking at the attractive sea views, surfers below and huge, expensive seaside apartments that line the cliffs.
... turned out to be much better than anticipated!
The next morning we were rudely awoken at the crack of dawn to the sound of men grunting and the chinking of metal hitting metal... adjusting from my deep peaceful dream back to reality it suddenly became apparent there was a busy open air gym just outside our window. So much for that lie in!
Unfortunately we only had about ...
... the guy came to the office from the ramp side. Of course, that's what I should have done instead of going on the public side of the main terminal, go to the ramp side. I've been through enough of these foreign airports to know better. He was a nice guy though, didn't complain about having to come to the Operaciones office. He stamped my passport, Gen Decs, and the flight plan.
I'm out to the plane and calling ...
... Not only did we not understand a word of the menu, the cocktail we ordered was like cold fishy sick in a bowl, and the other dish Rick described as the taste you have the morning after eating a kebab... So our first inroduction to Peruvian food wasnt a success.
Feeling sorry for ourselves after paying s/80 eighty soles (still only 17 squid but hey were on a budget) and still hungry, we stoped at a garage and grabbed some ice creams and ...
... br> Arriving in Cusco we had two days before we started the Machu Picchu trek. Our first day was very relaxed, thanks primarily to a severe hangover I was nursing from the night before. We had a quick walk around the city center and caught up with the tour group for a bit of extra info. The guide pointed out this 12 sided rock that was meant to be pretty important to the Inca’s. It just looked like a cut rock to ...
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