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... it simple and ordered an American breakfast while Tom opted to try the local specialty breakfast Huanquero - fish and onions with some potato chips. As we were still hungry afterwards we walked through the market before finding another breakfast place to have pancakes. Though Tom was desperately looking for an alpaca jumper we decided it might be best to catch a couple hours of sleep before "going shopping". ...
So yeah, I have seen Lima, let's carry on straight away. Let's also try not to waste too much the relaxing time and diet I had in the jungle. A crazy party city would feel a bit weird right now. Let's learn surfing and carry on relaxing on the Peruvian beach coast, from Huanchaco to Mancora.
Well it was relaxing. The place is pretty chilled, a small town on the beach, not too busy, not too empty and I got ...
We departed Punta Sal at 6.30am another long day travelling. On the way we stopped for lunch and visited a museum, it was a pre inca museum from a site that had been discovered in the 1500's. Not our sort of thing but it was an activity included in the tour so we went to check it out anyway. We were shown round by a very enthusiastic tour guide to see all the originals of what was found in the tombs of these pre inca native people. The ones which had already been discovered were ...
... are endless - seafood, fish, chicken, beef, Peruvian flavors, as well as vegetable only options AND you also get to choose your own sauce!) and a gaseosa (soft drink). After the burger incident, I ate only the pasta special the next couple times we had lunch there. The Restaurant also throws a fun party with drink specials every Thursday, with a wild band playing and other beer drinking festivities.
After a couple days at My Friend, the four of ...
We spent the previous night camping in the middle of these giant sand dunes, trying to stay out of the wind, it was freezing!! We did have lots of fun though sliding down them, awoke with a tent full of sand however. That didn't matter though cos we were on the way to the beach :)
We decided to have a look around the chan chan ruins along the way, it was probably the ...
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