Hotel El Farolito
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... Punto Azul. I had chupa de meniere (seafood soup) and Dad had sea bass. The soup was amazing and will need to try and replicate at home. Our last day in Lima was spent walking south along the Malecon boardwalk to Barranco. Our hotel said it would take about 40 minutes but took us about 1 hour. Barranco is a tiny resort town that dates back to the 20 Century and has many grand old Casona's. Many of the Casona's have been transformed into hotels and ...
... alone at night
- Don't ask people on the street for directions and don't act like you're confused and lost
- Don't talk to people who approach you asking for help or money. Just say No gracias.
- Don't leave valuables in your pockets- pants or jacket
- Don't put all your money and cards in one bag
- Make copies of your passport and put one in each bag and in your wallet
- Don't carry a bag that hangs from one shoulder
- Buy ...
... temptation, taking a rain check on their horny gathering. Wishing them all the best of British, we said goodnight and unleashed them on the women of Lima with their iPhones, lube and northern brashness. Strangley enough, they weren't around for breakfast the next day and sadly, we never saw them again. Ladz. Following a few ailments, Tash and I decided to go gluten free for a 2-week period in the hope that our bodily deficiencies ...
... up time.
Having misconnected in SFO, we had two choices. The first option was to take the late-late flight to Newark, overnight there as planned and catch our late-morning flight down to Lima. The second option was to reroute to Houston, get in at a decent hour, get a good night's sleep, and take the Houston-Lima flight the next day. We realized we'd be without our bags in Houston, as they'd been tagged to Newark. But ...
... our next cruise. This time the cruise is going to different islands. Anna’s not feeling any better and goes to the doctors. They inject pain killers and she slowly starts to feel better. It seems like a migraine. Meanwhile Ioan helps me sort out our bags and get last minute supplies. At noon we meet the guide on the pier and wait for other guests. While we wait Ioan spots 25 diamond-shaped golden rays swimming around the pier. There’s always something to see in ...