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I can't believe that the first part of my travels is done!! Last night we said our goodbyes as it was unlikely everyone would see each other in the morning. Kate and I started together so it was apt that we were going to finish together. We were quite happy to be getting out of Lima quickly after some of the things we had heard, so at 7:30am we set off to the airport. After many a near death experiences on the taxi journey (as roads in Peru are crackers, lanes don't mean ...
... one foot and looked to me like a Dr. Seuss creation.
Then we went to a friend of Magda's - she is from ...
... waiting at the baggage claim for way too long (the conveyor belt was broken for about half an hour before they finally decided to move to another one) we were released and met with Melita's cousin Anita and her husband Caleb. A traffic filled (reminiscent of Vietnam) trip back to their apartment and we we enjoyed dinner and conversation for a few hours before we crashed at about 11pm Lima time (5am UK time). So after nearly 24 hours since leaving our flat, we have ...
... water, sunscreen, sunglasses, nothing expensive or flashy)
- directions from your hostel find the nearest bus and take it toward
couch surfing hosts (advanced search "ambassador" these people are super helpful at showing you around and getting you where you need to go)
2.* Eat random food- try not to spend too much on restaurants, buy market food, STERI PEN your water- keep that and nalgene ...
... 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