Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Port of Salaverry, Peru

Sailing south, the next port was Salaverry, Peru, near Trujillo.
Not only can this port accommodate large ships, but it provides an opportunity for those wanting to visit Machu Picchu region for 2 nights and rejoin the ship when it arrives in Callao (port for Lima) for an overnight stay.






Next: Road trip to archaeological sites.

(I have not been adding to this blog as frequently as I would like, or visiting your blogs--due to a challenge I made with a couple of my applique friends. In other words--I have been stitching too much!?!)

5 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Looks like a fabulous trip!I'm enjoying a lot your pictures, it's great following your adventures!I'm anxious to see images from the archaeological sites. :) Enjoy!
Léia

Firefly said...

Doesn't look like a very big place but really looking forward to the next post.

CARLOS said...

Dear Margaret, you continue your tour of Latin America, this time in Peru, a greeting.

Joyful said...

Interesting set of photos I was in Peru many years ago. I remember the sky being the same, dark and gray. I guess it is at the certain time of year perhaps.

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