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... visited a few more places for snacks during the day...Infinity for vegan lasagne and salads; Filfil for felafel plate (really delicious); and a pie/pasty place which had vegan options (and all pastires were 1/2 price after 5:30pm!! ). Eddie said his favourite food so far was the wholemeal pasty. It is really nice to have something 'traditional' like that.
As we walked home this evening it was cold and windy with a little sleet. We had such a great day by the sea :)
... with the other countries but this takes many generations to eradicate and will never fully be solved.All the same Peru has always been the traveler's first introduction to South America and will probably remain so as Inca history and Machu Pichu are something rather special.
Is very indigenous in makeup,about 25% and follows many traditional beliefs .It has had Colombia and Peru as neighbours and has been influenced by Venezuelan ...
... of Britain was fought. When it is finished, the memorial they are constructing there will be very impressive, and even in its current understated form, it is still quite sombre to walk out to the statues and plaques they have erected to commemorate this battle. A view out over the edge reveals that campers have their own little piece of paradise on the "beaches" below.
The White Cliffs of ...
... were off, through the gates and heading towards the scariest ride in the park, the swarm.... As we approached the entrance we made our first fatal error, deciding to ride forward instead of backwards. Heading into the line we were sooo excited and extremely nervous seeing the twists and turns this ride displayed, however the excitement died quickly as we realised the line was fas longer than we expected. It put ...
... if someone had lost anything, but they couldn't discern what he was trying to say. Chris and I agreed that it was probably the chanting soccer hooligan that we'd seen. Richard was very helpful and tried to call the police station, but there was no answer. After several attempts, Chris headed in foot to the police station while I tried to log into the bank account. Of course, the account was undergoing maintenance, so I couldn't check anything online. I called and ...