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... walkway which was just full of clothes shops all trying to outdo each other, but for a change, I saw these 'Indios’ doing a dance in the street, playing for tips, it was a shame, they looked so out of place, but they were very enthusiastic with their dancing and they did get a lot of tips
This will finally bring an end to my trip when I leave here, so I guess this will be the final entry, all I will have to do is add a few more pictures and video to the draft ...
... i was forced to say a sad goodbye to Carrie as she headed to the USA alone whithout a clue when i would join her. I was also told by Avianca, our flight company, that i would have to change my flight through STA as i booked through them.
Back outside Starbucks i slumped on the ground with Carries Iphone to see what my options were. Basically i had none without the ESTA visa so i emailed them and called STA Travel to try ...
... Emilio gave a little speech to us, thanking all of the nurses and pharmacists and magicians for coming to help out. It was a great night.
Today begins the more touristy part of our trip. We are going downtown later today, Mira Flores tomorrow, and the Island of the birds on Monday. Then half of the crew will be going home while the other half of us are going to MACHU PICCHU! Stay tuned for many more Peruvian adventures. Adios ...
... minute walk later and we're deep into trendy foodie territory in Miraflores, surrounded by cool, sleek, modern apartments and design shops. We find our destination, Pescados Capitales, which has a similar hidden courtyard feel to last night's Amoramar. Again, amazing service, incredible food. We have baby scallops baked in the shell with Parmesan, crab in wanton parcels, and grunter fish on a bed of creamy local potatoes - all washed ...
... beneath the church where important people were buried and now lies the bones of around 70,000 people. It felt very surreal seeing so many human bones arranged in symmetrical displays within the many many pits.
As we sat munching on our chocolate volcano in the larco shopping mall, a dark shadow cast over us. Right above us was a paraglider dangling in the sun, we both agreed it was time for our second paragliding session of the trip. We walked along the ...
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