Port @ San Martin for Pisco

Trip Start Jan 01, 2014
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Trip End Dec 31, 2014


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Tahitian Princess

Flag of Peru  ,
Monday, December 29, 2008

Map of cruise from Easter Island to Ft Lauderdale



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Map of Pisco

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We cruised for two days from Easter Island to San Martin, Peru.  It was a very relaxing journey with calm seas and interesting cloud patterns against the blue water. 

We celebrated New Years, and some of the Brits on board at the martini bar invited my roommate and I to join the festivities by giving us small cone hats and horns.  

Although we celebrated Christmas and New Years on board the ship on different days, I'll be posting both celebrations on this blog.
CHRISTMAS


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NEW YEARS



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Most people have heard about pisco sour.  The drink was supposedly invented by an American who lived in Lima.   Pisco is located about 153 miles south of Lima, and is considered the entrance to Machu Picchu and the Nazca Lines.  

Pisco is really a very small seaside town with about 62,000 inhabitants.  The main attraction for tourists are the bars, restaurants, and shopping booths by the water, and to relax at one of the bar or restaurant sipping on a pisco sour or beer.    If you're lucky, there will be some live music with musicians looking for tips. 

SAN MARTIN & PISCO







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