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Another "I want to visit " place on my travel list. Having the opportunity to combine two important travel destinations (Machu Picchu and Galapagos) in one trip caught my eye. I convinced my brother, Gerry, and wife, Sue, to join us on this adventure also ...
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A Travel Blog entry by alexennis269 from Lima, Peru
... due to the presence of garua, a kind of permanent coastal fog which comes in from the sea and lingers over most of the region from April to December. The city was founded in 1535 by Francisco Pizarro who chose the site of the temple of a former ...
A Travel Blog entry by jojo_barton from Lima, Peru
... out of all the undies that they have here! I did manage to find some boy leg pants that should cover most of the region... fingers crossed. Definitely not a problem i expected to have! Our flight was early... 8 am... so we had organised the same taxi ...
A Travel Blog entry by brinndalton from Lima, Peru
... of Peru. Francisco "Pizarro" Gonzalez established the city in 1535 following his conquest of the Inca in the Andes region. He chose the area now known as Lima due to its proximity to the sea, the nearby Rimac River (or Limaq, where the current name ...
A Travel Blog entry by nvoelker from Lima, Peru
... region of Peru had it’s own dance & dress. The costumes were colorful and so amazing. In between the dances for each region, a salsa band would play, and the audience would get up to dance for a while until the next dance came on. I had a ...
A Travel Blog entry by csalas98 from Lima, Florida, Peru
Lima, the entire region, is full of history and culture that drive this area today. Hidden in this metropolis of over five million people are traditions that are seeded deeply across the region. The best way to get the details about a place you visit is ...
A Travel Blog entry by the5wynns from Lima, Peru
... to a desert oasis, apparently, Huacachina, where we can sandboard on massive dunes, ride dune buggies, and explore the nearby wine making region of Ica. We packed our bags and headed to the cliff one last time this morning, hoping for perfect wind ...
A Travel Blog entry by borjul from Lima, Peru
... de espera para nuestro próximo viaje por Perú). Llegamos a Huaraz en la noche y nos preparamos para nuestro viaje hacia Lima. Temprano, tipo 9 a.m, nos ubicamos en la terminal de salida de varios buses y esperamos que saliera un bus muy cómodo por ...
A Travel Blog entry by v-atravels0910 from Lima, Peru
... hired a guide who could translate. He took us through a fascinating history of the cultures and civilizations that occupied the region of modern day Peru. The Incas get a lot of the credit for their amazing feats of architecture and technological ...
A Travel Blog entry by colochisima from Lima, Peru
... 'rlich gibt's auf der ganzen Welt keinen besseren Ort um einen kühlen Pisco Sour zu trinken. Schließlich werden in dieser Region die Trauben für den Weinbrand angebaut und der Pisco Sour wurde in dieser Gegend erfunden. Ansonsten ist von der ehemaligen ...
A Travel Blog entry by janehudon from Lima, Lima Region, Peru
... border in the ocean which is in the courts in Amsterdam. -mining companies that operate in Peru need to give money to the region in which they operate to help the people as people in the Highlands are very poor. -Secondary education is not compulsory in ...
A Travel Blog entry by dancoughlin from Lima, Peru
... was Inca Croft (a variation of Lara Croft), one lad was the Incredible Hulk and one lad Superman. We had a good night. DESTINATION LIMA - Refreshed and replenished, we left Cusco on 7 November 2008 and made our way to Raqchi, the scene of the region´s ...
A Travel Blog entry by sdbaker99 from Lima, Peru
... that you can only expect from Disney! Your small tour group has two dedicated guides (one typically is native to the region you are visiting) who take care of every little detail leaving no stone unturned. You have insider access to places that other ...
A Travel Blog entry by jamierand from Lima, Peru
... ! This has been a fantastic, action-packed vacation for us. We highly recommend it, and cannot wait to for more travels in the region. If not for our jobs and lack of clean underwear, I think we would happily wander around here for awhile longer. If you ...
A Travel Blog entry by andreatravels from Lima, Peru
... One of the parks contains floral models of the famous Nazca Lines, scratched into the high desert country of Peru's southern coast region. The one shown here is called The Monkey. The figures were probably created around 2000 years ago. ...
A Travel Blog entry by samuel.dewey from Lima, Peru
... a Pisco Sour, the national drink of Peru. It was very sweet. Pisco is a look liquor made in the Peru/Chile region. Apparently, there is a debate as to which country it originated from. It is a grape brandy that tastes a lot like ...
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8a Calle Poniente No 1, Antigua Guatemala, Western Highlands, Guatemala
... , so much to choose from, we can help. Our friendly staff is always willing to answer any questions you might have about the region or contact our tour operator located in the lobby of the hotel.\n\nStay at Porta Antigua and discover why we remain one of ...Traveler Rating
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