The Westin Lima Hotel & Convention Center
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... per month. The sky is always blanketed in thick, low-lying, cotton-like clouds; and the temperature, day and night, is always around 60° F.
In the winter it rains several times per day, usually. When it does rain, however, it is such a fine mist that it is as unobtrusive as gentle snowfall. Annually, Lima only receives 13 millimeters of rainfall. (Yep...13mm...half an inch!) If it weren’t for the life-giving humidity that comes through ...
... Peruvian adaptation and with steaming hot beverge in hand, it was a lovely way to spend an evening. So that brings my South American escapades to an end. Exactly four months after I left London, I am yet again on a plane but this time bound for Panama and onwards through Central America. I'm sad to leave South America, but after weeks of chilly nights, I'm excited about the prospect of a warm, if rather wet, climate for the rest of the ...
... I met a retired engineer from Houston of all places and we chatted for a bit until he went to sleep. Then time to chat up the Aussie couple, they told me some cool areas to hit up in Bali. The very last people I speak with are two at least 6'5" brothers from Denmark. They have lived in Vietnam, China, Venezuela, the list goes on and on. They told me some things about the other places I'm visiting. Then we started talking politics which is always a blast ...
... where we try the Peruvian specialty Ceviche, raw marinated fish, she tells me how slow such a climb is due to the altitude. I feel a little bit embarrassed that I struggled at altitudes 2000 meters below that base camp. I chill for the whole next day getting ready for the next exotic island on my bucket list The Easter Islands.
TO READ ABOUT THE EASTER ISLANDS GO HERE
A week later I am back in Lima and Angelo gets me my own private room for the rate of a dorm. ...
... to commend the bikes, BMW F800's. I have never been a BMW bike fan. While i know they are great bikes, i far prefer my KTM, for various reasons. However, i do beleive that BMW has finally got it right with the 800. The 650 has always been laking power, the 1200 while great, is a couch on wheels when it comes to off-road. None of the 1200 riders even attempted the dunes. they all parked just off the road and walked. in some cases km's to see the competitors racing in ...
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