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... of juice and alfajores (like a soft biscuit with chocolate and caramel). Along with the rest of our sushi from earlier, it was a great snack.
All the bus groups were put together and split into English & Spanish guided, fortunately the English speaking group was much smaller. The actual stargazing tour started promptly at 9pm with a warning. It was, for intents and purposes, a full moon and a very bright full moon at that. Whilst that looked ...
... around town, and due to the independence day long weekend, everything was pretty much shut. We decided to head down to the beach and see what all the fuss was about. We got down there and being the beach snobs we are (being born and bread on beautiful beaches in Australia), we weren't really impressed. However, since we didn't have much to do, we decided to walk down the esplanade. After walking for about 1-2 hours, we decided it was best ...
... in Lima's town square with the stuff every year on Peru's national holiday. Be warned, when in Peru do not mention pisco from Chile and when in Chile do not mention Pisco from Peru, in the event that you do the local you mention it to is bound to get flustered and go off on a pisco-facts tangent. In any event the pisco sours drink you will get in Peru, which contains lemon, bitters and egg white is very different from the pisco sours you will get in Chile. ...
Slept surprisingly well, once the noisy tos next door finally slept – easy to lie in these days, as we approach the shortest day, as dark until about 7.30am. Whipped up a quick coffee, breakfast and egg buns for lunch before heading to the Greek bakery, meeting point for the collectivos to Los Choros and Punta de Choros from where the boat leaves to the Humboldt Penguin National Park. A gringo from the hostel gave me some info and decided to try and get ...
... was a great idea as the low sun made the petroglyphs much easier to make out (there are also arrows painted on the stones pointing at them now!).
A long day so far and it was not yet over. On the way back from the Enchanted Valley the guide suggested that we could not go to the observatory that some folks were very keen to do. This was breaking point for the patience of some for the last minute changes to the itinerary and it ...
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