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... to piece together that just down the adjacent side street was one of the restaurants that Nevers had recommended. We went in and picked something off the Spanish menu that we were only half sure what it was going to be. There was also our first Peruvian beer. The food that did arrive was fantastic and we both hope it sets the standard for the remainder of the trip. The only downside was our lack of Spanish. We felt very ignorant trying to ...
And, of course, we'll always have Peru. Pisco sours fore everyone!
After the reception we had another amazing meal followed by bittersweet goodbyes. I think everyone is ready to head home but not quite ready for the trip to end. Isn't that how a good trip should end? I think so!
This has been so much fun. Perfect weather, amazing destinations, guides that have gone above and beyond (THANKS Amalya and ...
... water! 18:45 briefing 19:00 dinner 20:15 Pass the Equator Day 6, SANTIAGO, Puerto Egas. RABIDA. Weather: 25c, cloudy 6:00 Wake-up, write blog 7:30 breakfast 8:30 wet landing on Puerto Egas, a black sandy beach. We walk along the beach. See: Galapagos hawk. 10:15 snorkel around the bay with Nina. Lewys and Ioan opt-out and play on the beach. Anna is ill and rests in the shade. Sea lions are playful and swim around us. The water is warm and visibility is good at 10m. See also a ...
... saints they take out during Holy week for processions.
With that hair and gladiator high heels, I can imagine, St. Veronica
getting out of her pulpit in the altar and going for a stroll from
the Vatican to the Colosseum, hoping to meet Spartacus.
Stay tuned for more stories on our
rat-face passenger and the strange “Commando” guy....
... X and Y, we decided to go 'right' at the corner - and there, down at the end of the next block, was Alma Zen! Finally!
This restaurant treated us to the most AMAZING dinner. All organic, all vegetarian, and all delicious. The restaurant is run by a couple and their children. The couple spoke decent English, so we were able to have a nice little conversation with them. Turns out they are the only certified organic restaurant in South America, and it took them 15 years ...