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These are mainly for my own amusement but here are my end of tour awards.
Top 5 Countries
1. Japan. 2. India. 3.Colombia. 4.Laos. 5. Argentina.
Top 5 Sights
1.El Salar de Uyuni (Bolivia) 2. Halong Bay (Vietnam) 3. Angkor Wat (Cambodia) 4.Konglor Caves (Laos). 5. Kerala Backwaters (India).
Best Airline: Cathay Pacific.
Worst Airline: American Airlines (obviously as they took ...
... Negra and just below the foothills of the Metropolitan Park in Santiago,this last residence being a museum to his life's works.
Santiago was originally colonized by the Spanish conquistador Pedro Valdivia in 1541.It was chosen due to its proximity to the river and its elevation meant it could be easily defended,the river allowed the growth of agricultural products.It was not an easy place to live due to the fierce resistance from the Inca in the North and ...
... every town has so many stray dogs. But here it is just normal. There are always dogs at bus stations and walking around town and quite often we have been escorted from the station to our hostel by a friendly dog. Here it is totally normal. The town looks after them and people care about them. Most of them seem well fed if maybe in need of a good bath. Apparently lots of them ended up on the street after ...
Can you take us to Waikiki Beach? No. Can you take us to Waikiki Beach? No. Can you take us to Waikiki Beach? No. Finally after a couple of attempts a taxi driver finally took us to Waikiki Beach, a surf beach about 10 minutes drive from the heart of Lima. Taxis only travel in the direction 'they' are heading, not where the passenger is heading. Lima and the towns along this coastline are highly volcanic so it wasn't surprising there were tsunami emergency exit ...
... and had deadlines to meet. Despite all our retail therapy at Bealls and the Ellenton outlets, we still had time for a quick stop in Grove City where we each got Eddie Bauer down coats for a song.
Another key motivator was a desire on both our parts to celebrate St. Patrick's day at our home pub, The Irish Harp. Clad in green tees, green wigs and funny hats, we had a blast,meeting a couple of our neighbours and some new young friends, Ruth and Steve who ...