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... ex. "Yeah man, I can understand what you're saying you Ben-zona (son of a *****)"). Back to the main point - I befriended these Israelis and they invited me to join them on a quick trip down south to Ica, where I was planning to go anyway a few days later, so I said...why not?! I got on a bus with 8 of them down to Ica, which is best known among travelers for Huacachina, a small desert oasis a few kilometers from the center of Ica. We got in at night and found a hostel ...
... quite overwhelming. Sky scrapers for as far as we could see. The population of the city is almost as large as Australia's complete population. Quite mind boggling really. The stop over wasn’t too boring by the time we found our way around the airport and went through security and immigration. The flight to Lima was uneventful with most people catching up on a ...
... a quicker commute) and lots of building works. When we reached the centre of Lima we noticed that the architecture started to change (the colonial style buildings, taking influence from British, French and Spanish culture, were a stark contrast from the modern Miraflores buildings). Our first stop was in [Plaza ...], a square which had mirror image buildings on either side (one white belonging to the President and one grey belonging to the Bishop of Peru - the ...
... blame? We are at loss. Now we are all busy in Plan B. Everyone is busy in suggestions and we are still in dilemma to fill loss of Brazil. What to do from 29th May till 7th June? Quite disappointing.
One reasonable suggestion is to spend 2 days on Buenos Aires, 3 days in Ecuador and 4 days in United States.
We (Sanjay, Umesh, Dr. Santosh, Baswaraj, Nilesh and Madhusudhan) reached JFK - ...
... demonstrated the Spanish influence in Peru. We took a local tour bus and spotted a local craft market, an enormous pile of adobe bricks that covered about two city blocks, a modern Catholic church, and a huge park both above and below a gravel cliff along the waterfront.
Close to Inka Frog we spotted the restaurant Vista al Mar that the American guy recommended so we stopped for soup and ceviche and a pisco sour. ...