Hotel El Balcon Dorado
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... are not sex fiends from what I'm aware (I'm sure there's a normal per capita rate of sex fiends in Peru), but rather there are dozens of lagunas in Huascarán national park and some of them are simply labeled by number. The water was some of the clearest I've ever seen...check out the picture attached. The next day in Huaraz, I also went on a day trip to a nearby glacier called Pastoruri. From what I recall, the brief 1km hike to the base of the glacier was even higher ...
... a few are layed out in really intricate designs. I still enjoyed it.
We hopped in another cab and had a swift journey to the Miraflores area. Last night, we had managed to book lunch at Maido, one of the top restaturant not only in Lima but in the world. When we made our reservation we had opted for the 15 course taster menu. On arrival, we were disappointingly told that we would not be able to do the complete pairing menu with wine ...
... enough and not like markets in Bali where they are demanding. I bought a little souvenir and the woman was very helpful, especially since most of them speak little English. Wandered through shops then went back to Cat Park cos it was feeding time. For dinner I had the aji de gallina (yellow chicken stew) came with rice with corn and local potato. I was very hungry but it was very filling and I couldn't finish ...
... dogs, but they do not fare as well as the sanctuary cats.
We ended our day with a late and lingering lunch at a restaurant near our Caramel Hotel, the Cafe de La Paz. The food was delicious and it was our first chance to get to spend some time getting to know our traveling companions. It's going to be a good trip.
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... travel camera and plane tickets we set off and landed at a stopover in Dallas. We then ran to the next gate, roughly one mile on foot to catch our next flight to another stopover in Mexico. That's where our trip got exciting. A baggage handler advised that we should go to Gate 5 but (with hindsite) we should have asked why. Once at gate 5, there was nothing there except for the great outdoors. We then, in the absence of any ...
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