Casa de Campo Suites & Bungalows
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... this. At 6 we met Debbie and Paul (Auckland) and organised a taxi to take us to the water fountain park. It is a public park where they have created about 12 fountains all with different lights and tricks. It was great fun especially for all the children playing in the interactive fountains. At 7:15 there was show at the worlds largest fountain park with music and laser light effects. It was quite cool but really it was just ...
... to the Museo Larco, an amazing private collection of Peruvian treasures, including some graphic erotic pottery! The gardens of the Larco were a riot of colour, however the gardens in general here in Lima have been a delight. We also notice that public park are often home to apparently healthy 'public' cats. They seem to be well cared for and have little fear of humans, but a healthy respect for sprinkler systems.
In the evening, we had dinner at ...
... you may have hard time getting Pisco Control on the radio.
Arriving in Lima it was just as hazy as last year and my clearance was just good to the Lima VOR at which point they vectored me over the ocean to fit me in the sequence of other landing traffic for runway 15. Like last year there was a quartering tailwind of about 12 knots - I guess they don't like to land to the north.
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... Axel and I treated ourselves one night and went to a restarant... and shared a plate of ribs! One evening we went to the Nazca Flower Lines Park which is a lovely park over looking the sea with laods of people and children playing games and walking dogs and there are Nazca patterns made out of flowers. We watched the sun set over the ocean which was so beautiful, and at one point looked like a burger because there was a cloud through the middle! ...
... cities on the planet situated in a desert (with its population nearing nine million), second only to Cairo in this category, manages its need for water with ancient and modern technology to provide, conserve and recycle for its massive demand.
We all enjoyed the show and the fountains, but the kids were tuckered after putting many miles on their little legs that day. We took a bus back to the area of our hostel and Noa, Eli and I ate more frozen yogurt for ...