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Travel Blogs from San Felipe
... for our stuff and my legs, it took 1 hour to get to the hotel. I don’t have al t of time left before my Lima tour is ...
... as we left quite in a rush we forgot so many things, including the Malaria tablets, never mind I have only got 3 mosquito bites so far...)
Eat cheap Chinese food at our local Chinese store (and pick up some tummy bugs), drink lots of coke to get rid of the bugs, jog along the beach (only Robert managed to do that I was trying to relax and not do anything healthy), and be amazed about how they ...
... and 2 Swiss guys. We all were given maps- none of us looked at them once - and began to follow billy to all the sights nearby. First stop the coast. Miraflores is set high up on top of some cliffs, it's always overcast in Lima apparently because of the mist that comes in from the sea. With the mist and the waves crashing against the shore beneath us made a pretty spectacular coastline. We passed lots of people exercising- some more than others, one guy was ...
... sleepy (ie. still manic). It has plenty of cafes and bars, including Starbucks, which I confess I was delighted to find. Intrepid traveller, me? Little did I know then that my cappucino alto would be the last decent coffee I'd have for some time (I never thought I'd say that about Starbucks coffee).
Lima has some redeeming features, in particular the Malecon (seafront), which looked stunning ...
Sunday, May 13, 2012
Flying from Lima
to Cusco, Peru
We flew to Cusco and saw some
beautiful mountains on the way. At the
airport we bought an oxygen canister. I
bent over to tie my shoe and almost fell do to dizziness! It went downhill from there. Betty is our new tour director and Ernesto
and Percy are the guides for the two busloads of us…24 people. Our luggage was sorted out and sent on to ...