Hotel El Balcon Dorado
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... in this park would feed all of the street cats, so they stayed! As it is a Saturday, the place is buzzing with locals, tourists, street markets and cats, of course! Here we have the most amazing sandwiches from a street vendor, the reason they are so delectable is likely due to the sauce (that they fry!!). Another food recommendation, is a cafe named Manolo's for delicious churros! If you don't know what one is, it's a doughnut like pastry but in a tube shape and filled with ...
... between male and female skeletons (through their skulls and also their hips and pelvis). Friday was the one day where I had some reservations - Emma picked up a skull that had hair attached to it, just the sight of the hair on the skull was enough to make me feel a little queasy, but it was also quite badly damaged too. When Michaela added that it was the skull of a three year old child, that topped it off for me! If I had picked it out of the box I'm sure I would have cleaned it ...
... boarding passes. Security was a breeze (didn't have to take our shoes off) and we were soon at our gate boarding the flight.
Ric and I were in a tight space in the mid section of the plane and once we realized that there was en entire empty row towards the front we jumped on it and had the row of three seats to ourselves for the 90 minute flight back to Lima. We were served the same snack as we were on the flight to Cusco earlier in the trip - a tea sandwich and ...
... looked like we could have leant out and touched them – the
captain didn’t seem to give himself a lot of wiggle room.
A quick cab in to the city from
the airport to the hotel everyone is staying in. First impressions were not
great – whereas Cuzco was green and mountainous, Lima is in the desert, albeit
by the coast, and it is flat, dirty and pretty unattractive. ...
... way to Australia – very similar to their trip I am sure. One thing is that there is a tendency to forget what day it is – this is why each day the ship changes the carpet in the elevators.
We’re not getting better we are just getting older.
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