Hotel Les Calanques
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... just before we left, I took around a little 2bob Aussie flag and gave it to him, and I was amazed.... I thought he was going to cry! He was just so excited! About 5 mins later he arrived back at Dulcie, pumped my hand until I thought it would fall off, gave Treas a big hug and kisses on the cheek, more saluting and jabbering, but obviously just thrilled to bits. It was actually quite touching. But - back to today....Sorry, that was today.... This morning....I think.... Anyway, we ...
... to dark. Their children play on the playground, and sometimes the mothers sit near them on park benches. We became quite curious about what kept them entertained all day long. Finally we walked by them to get a closer look, and Mark took a picture of them from our sixth floor balcony. We figured out that the game must be Rummikub. Maybe we should consider it for our games group!Sadly, this brings us to the end of an incredible ...
... by a Californian Business Man, we also saw “Diamonds are forever” which was up for sale for $59million!
The lady at tourist info told us there was a nice walk through a park to an old fort, but we weren’t impressed with it at all! The park was shabby with dying grass, the bins were overflowing with litter and there was dog poo everywhere ...
... in the smog of Lima with the beauty of the Andes just a memory.
But what a memory. As I named this whole blog "who'd have thought I'd ever have visited Peru", it was something I never expected to do. I don't expect ever to come back, but who knows? Perhaps Annie will meet the man of her dreams (nightmares?) and stay for ever and then I'll have to come back (to do the other train trip that only goes once a week from Lima to La Oroya ad Huancayo...). None of ...
... br> After power walking to the gate I get there just in time, get through, board the plane then it hits me.....BAM, what am I am doing!? This really is it. As much I make a joke about being unemployed and homeless, suddenly I don't find it funny anymore! Standing here I feel totally alone, lost and utterly vunerable. I realise I'm shaking, I can feel my heart beating like an elephant stomping through my rib cage. Turns out I must have some tears left as I can feel my eyes glaze over ...