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Travel Blogs from Lima
We had our breakfast at 6am, before heading to the airport for Lima at the coast. While we didn't need oxygen, none of us fared …
... our time in Lima. It was a very middle class population, at least it was around all the places we saw during our time there.
From an architectural point of view the Spanish influence is very obvious in many of the old buildings and Churches.
Traffic however reminded us of Manila. Bumper to bumper with crazy vehicles going everywhere and over crowded busses. On our first day we spent the morning walking around our area and ...
... Cove. Ioan and I snorkel. Visibility is poor at 3 to 5 metres and improves to 8 towards the end. See: 3 turtles, 1 eagle ray, 6 stingrays, 2 penguins, flightless comorant chasing a guest, a blue footed boobie diving and a galapagos bullhead shark 15:30 dry landing: Tagus Cove, we walk around the rim of the crater of a volcano. It's a nice walk up and at the top there's a great view of the lava fields. 17:30 back on boat. Change and see lots (50+) of manta rays with many jumping out ...
... tanning on the
deck. Though they were laying on their stomachs, and didn't really
showed anything, I was still caught by surprise. Having caught a
glimpse of them, and with the breeze blowing my hair, it was like
listening to Bach A minor in G-string!
At the Crows Nest bar, Mailou, my
German friend greeted me by saying, “I have news for you about your
boyfriend in the watercolour class,” she started teasingly
... Axel and I treated ourselves one night and went to a restarant... and shared a plate of ribs! One evening we went to the Nazca Flower Lines Park which is a lovely park over looking the sea with laods of people and children playing games and walking dogs and there are Nazca patterns made out of flowers. We watched the sun set over the ocean which was so beautiful, and at one point looked like a burger because there was a cloud through the middle! ...