The Westin Lima Hotel & Convention Center
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... an interesting looking coffee shop and being the 'gavones' (italian for foodies) that we both are we decided to stop for some food and coffee and figure a way up the hill. Afterwards we had some friendly exchanges with the policia and they directed us to the Chicken bus (Denise's term). We were the only gringos on a 22 passenger well worn vehicle that took us for a ride and what a wild ride it was. We started ...
... drove through flat dry stony sand, with mountains occasionally popping up in the distance.
Paracas is a small fishing town with a lovely small waterfront and not much else. The main attraction is the nearby Ballestas islands, a bird sanctuary or some rocks covered with poo depending on your point of view. As the speedboat approached the rocks, we were surrounded by more birds than I've ever seen - mainly Peruvian Boobies and Inca Terns. "It's ...
... last hill, and we got back in the buggy, made one more stop on top of a sand dune to get some photos of the sunset, then headed back to the town. It was a very fun two hours, especially seeing everyone's reaction as they hit the bottom of that horrible hill! Back at the hostel we sat and had a drink with Peter, then all headed out for some food together at a restaurant on the lake. We then played a few more rounds of cards by the bar before heading to bed. The next day we planned ...
... asking for his forgiveness. She proceeded to give us way too many personal details about their relationship, including the details of their love life, and asked us to read an email written to her by her boyfriend. Then she asked us to compose a response. I had to pass this one off to Monica. She kept saying that the email should have some "drama." We tried to translate some things she was saying and finally came ...
... Cotton, Chillis and Cacti). Until the 80's it was used as a motor cross track (motorbike trials) but since then it has been going under reconstruction which will take another 30 years to complete. Any budding archeologists - there is work for you in Peru!
We loved the food as well. Lima is known as the Gastronomic Capital of South America. I can see why, everything we tasted was fresh and full of flavour. They really showed pride in using fresh ...
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