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Travel Blogs from Lima
... listening and picking up on what I know. As well as funny because the more the family saluted... the louder they talked. Daniel's three cousin's know English really well! We were talking and his mom decided to come up with a "game" to see which cousin spoke better English. I honestly could not just pick one. All of them were so nice and smart!! That's one more thing I have learned, is that the people here are super smart. They are clever, and cunning. The ...
Quito is our stopover point between Galapagos and Peru. We spent the afternoon at the airport between flights with two new friends from the cruise, Tom and Anne from Massachusetts. Tom is an orthopedic surgeon with an encyclopedic knowledge of 1960's folk music, and the original 6-team NHL before expansion; naturally we hit it off immediately and traded vital information on those essential topics, between riffing ...
... on in the city of Lake Titicaca- swim in the waters the Inca believe they ascended from
other sites south,-Chile!!
You must wonder what kind of fear I can have with just a small slide...and yeah the fear of the cold water! so for this Peruvian girl one of the most awful fear is feeling the cold water on my body and probably thatīs why just a few times I can get into the beach, except if it is in the Caribbean ocean! :) or in the North of Peru and hence i also canīt swim or do surfing. Anyway, My friend Pablo, who is a mountain guy and whom since last year I belong to his ...
... talking to us in the street. Initially we were wary, as you're constantly getting told not to trust overly friendly people, but with our hands firmly in our pockets we said OK. Our conversation consisted of him listing all the current/past black footballers he'd heard of and double checking they were British as they didn't look it (according to him). He then tested his memory by moving on to listing beers and said ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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