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On July 25-31, 2012, I made my second trip to Lima to visit Heidy.
- On July 26, I asked Heidy to marry me. She said yes :)
- Meet Heidy's mom for the first time. I'm was fairly certain she didn't like me. And later I would find out she didn't want her daughter to leave Peru. So much for honesty.
... ladies there!), said goodbye to Marta and Kalin :( and also checked out the planetarium. Afterwards, the guide let us look through his super high powered telescope and we could see Saturn, the actual rings of Saturn!!
So, as I sit in this internet cafe in this little desert town in the center of Peru, I am writing my last blog entry for this trip. I take a 7 hour bus to Lima in the morning, followed by two flights, which should get me to Detroit at about 10AM Wednesday. ...
... Lima. After, we went to La Mar - another Gaston restaurant - to have ceviche! Probably Lima's most famous dish and something we were so looking forward to trying here cuz we love it. Lima is raw fish cooked in lime juice with herbs and chilis - incredibly refreshing and flavourful. We had a ceviche starter with 5 different variations and it was as good as we could imagine. So fresh and bursting with flavour and interesting combinations. We also had this amazing dish ...
... Ceviche is raw fish that has lots of lime juice poured on it to "cook it"; all I could taste as acidity and raw fish. It was horrible. The Aussie girl said that prawn ceviche is nicer, she ate almost all the ceviche but spent the whole time trying to figure out if she liked it or not. For my part I was glad I had ordered other food for lunch! Following lunch, we took a taxi to Barranco which is the neighbouring neighbourhood to Miraflores and is considered the arty centre. Our ...
... however izzy and chloe weren't huge fans. (Peru won yay!!)
This wasn't the best idea when Saturday morning we had to wake up at 6am ready to catch the bus for our trip away! We road 4 and a half hours on a veery snazzy bus, until we arrived at Inca where we found a nice youth hostel. Here, the weather was even warmer!! We chilled by the pool all day until we were ready to sand board!!
The sand boarding was like nothing I have ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center