Maria Angola Hotel
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Not a great place but centrally located and comfortable room
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Auntie Emily recommended the "Rosa Nautica" restaurant. What a great tip that was! Lovely setting at the end of the beach pier - perfect for a romantic meal. The fish soup was out of this world!!
... touristic cramming in Peru - stopping for a night in Huacachina to zoom down sand dunes on a body board and then heading over to Paracas to explore the nature reserve and Ballestas Islands. I was killing some time before my bus to Lima and having a stroll along the Paracas promenade, looking for somewhere to grab a bite to eat, when I spotted the twins. They weren't hard to miss - the identical pair was sat at a table at one of the restaurants wearing matching black jackets and dark ...
... of the memory. One of the perks of going with FNEZ is that the majority of you are from the same area I am and I really look forward to following through on plans for stampede, Banff, future trips, marrying some love birds and whatever else comes our way.
Natalie - Six years ago, working in a hospital kitchen, I never would have thought we would plan such an amazing experience together. Thank you so much for joining me, we've only been apart for like ...
... in the morning. Hailey, didn't like it.
Saw the changing of the guard at Presidents resident, outside the doctors were protesting for better wages and watched the police disperse them with water cannon. They make 700.00 US/month. Walked through a local market not near as crowded at the markets in Vietnam. Ended the day with a whirlpool at the top floor of the Hilton overlooking Miaflores and the Pacific Ocean.
... 100 's of feet into the river. I was thinking in my head how I would brace for impact if we flew off the cliff. But then I realized it wouldn't matter, and I dozed off due to the Dramamine medicine I took.
I did find out this road was named by National geographic one of the most dangerous roads in the world. I can see why, and if you saw the video I'm sure you agree. But there's nothing like looking out your window and seeing inches of dirt road ...