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... plaza. We headed towards the cliff top and a view of the ocean and beach. We were not disappointed and found a lovely restaurant with an upstairs balcony and gorgeous view of the bay, yacht club and sail boats.
After lunch we decided to walk down the pedestrian path to the beach. It was a long way down but the first part of it was in the shade; then we weren't and the sun was fierce. We strolled along the beach, envious of people in their beach ...
I'm heading to Quitos today - meeting the rest of the tour people - there are several Aussies in the lobby when I checked out so sounds like they arrived last night ... I have had a bad night with a very sore throat so sipped lots of warm tea for breakfast, fresh fruit, had a Berrocca and am dosing up on panadol :( Hopefully this will help :) The flight is a couple of hours so I will try and sleep ...
Martina theorised the following antithesis: he’s a *******.
Both areas seem wealthy, clean, secure, friendly, pretty and busy. The parks are everywhere and well kept. The more I pay attention, the more I notice there are quite a few police just walking around. There are loads of houses behind barriers, small gated communities.
Supermarket: supplies for long coach trip tomorrow. Dinner at our hostel’s own Italian restaurant. Beer. Bed. ...
The adorable five year old girl I am sat next to on the flight to Peru has bolstered my confidence for speaking in Spanish. She has asked me how old I am, I could answer, she asked me my girlfriend’s name, which I could also answer. She occasionally tells Martina something which I sadly cannot translate, but she appears perfectly happy to let us know whatever it is she’s just told us. Whenever another similarly aged passenger walks by she calls ...
I walked to the Indian Market - nothing Indian was sold here. It was like a Cusco-away-from-Cusco. The very same market I had visited with Kate and Sandy almost 2 months ago. I only managed to buy a cusqueñan desk tidy (something for my new office at work) but thoroughly enjoyed milling about the market. My stomach was grumbling and so I thought to contact Bruno to see what his plans were and whether he was up for meeting earlier. To my dismay he was ...