Day 105 - A walk to the beach

Trip Start Jun 14, 2013
Trip End Ongoing

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Flag of Peru  , Lima Region,
Saturday, October 5, 2013

We slept really late today, in fact it was one of those days when the housekeeping is knocking on the door at times during the late morning until they open the door and say something and I put my head up and just say "no necesito", which is basically saying it's not necessary you clean our room. We got up late and had breakfast/lunch at mcdonalds down the road. We didn't do much, basically we went for a long walk down to the shore line a few blocks down the road in Miraflores. The beach area is down a big cliff from where we were, we stood on the massive cliff and looked out over the water. There were lots of surfers out in the water, the waves are only small but there is at least 10 sets of waves coming into the shore. It's not a sandy beach it looks to be either black sand or gravel. There are parachutes flying around everywhere, they take people off the cliffs and float around in the wind, it looked pretty awesome but I was far too hungover to be flying around on a parachute. There are at least half a dozen parachutes in the sky at a time, I was wondering if they ever run into each other, they must be good at controlling them. After spending a while down there we headed back up to the hostel to chill for a bit. For dinner we went to go to a Chinese wok place that Bobbie thought would be like a noodle box, it wasn't what we expected at all so instead we walked over to a restaurant on the strip behind us and had a meal. I had a nice dish they was basically a steak Parma and Bobbie had pasta with shrimp, chicken and veggies and she said it was delicious. We had a night lazing around in bed and a good nights rest after a late one last night.
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