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Travel Blogs from Lima
... racing over huge sand dunes. The only was to describe it is a pure roller coaster of a ride. You get thrown all over the place. Great fun! The driver stops a few times and gives us these snow boards and we get to sand board down some of the dunes. By the end of it all, there's sand everywhere from your mouth to your jocks but well worth it. On to Nazca town. Stopped off at road side lookout to see lines but not much to see from look out tower there, as it's not ...
... lanes, honking, flashing lights and accelerating speedily from lights. There were traffic police on some of the junctions waving flashing batons, but neither of us were sure that it was making any kind of difference to how anyone was driving. As we were waking we came across a casino which we recognised from the bus trip. This was an indicator that we were close to one of there hotels where we had made a drop off earlier. From this we ...
... following the suggested route in the guide book. Our timing was excellent as we arrived at the Plaza de Armas to see the changing of the guards, which was a pretty impressive ceremony of marching with a brilliant brass band. We were pretty hungry so tucked into some simple sandwiches filled with piles of meat at El Chinito, washed down with a tasty chicha morada, a purple corn drink vaguely like Ribena but nicer!
Fuelled by all that meat, we went to ...
... cool design.
Tonight I am awaiting my first U.S.A visitor on the trip, my friend, and soon to be roommate, Carl Dizon. His plane lands at 12:15am, so he will probably not arrive until around 2am to the hotel. I bet Carl will be nervous with the bathroom wall situation.
Tomorrow we have a full day planned at the beach with one of my favorites from Peru, Boris!
... and the liquid becomes a deep purple color. A few meters
away, a group of workers dine on ceviche, the Peruvian national
dish. Everything appeared delectable! It made me eager to taste,
and to eat.
But alas, today, I need to get a few more items from the market. So I left Bert with Paul to
try some Peruvian food while I went with friends, to get more
I failed to ...