The excitement is growing as I am in single digits only 8 days to go! I am looking forward to swapping my wonderful British pallor for gorgeous sun tanned limbs. The thought of wearing my shorts and sandals are keeping me awake as I think of all the outfit combinations, (there are many pairs of shorts and sandals) really sad I know.
Here are a few more images of things that play a huge part in our beach life. The surfboards belong to the King of Peru I would rather have a beach towel and a bikini!
Zara shorts and Sergio Rossi sandals (We have Zara in Lima)
A small selection of the surfboards on the patio
A view of the giant whale (or islands) just offshore
Taxi rank outside the market in Punta Hermosa.
Zara shorts and Valentino sandals (I do love orange)
The King of Peru in his office
The excitement is building with only eleven days to go!! When we are in Peru we always split out time, its weekends in Lima and weekdays at the beach. I know my clothes will be in the wardrobe waiting for me, the beach, the food, the walks the view it is all amazing. It is time just spent chilling on the beach whilst the King of Peru surfs (I may give it go again) or walking along the coast for Piccarones (a bit like donuts but way better) or doing nothing at all.
These are some of the things I am l looking forward to at the beach.
My Charo Ruiz Ibiza skirt (love the colour)
Sergio Rossi sandals (tanned legs and orange sandals)
Hats (I do love my sun hats)
Sitting on the beach (me taken through a zoom lens)
King of Peru preparing a board
The King of Peru off for a surf.
Crab Claw Ceviche at Marcelo’s beach restaurant
You can buy anything on the beach
Not that I am counting!
Bellini on the balcony, juices in the markets, a cold beer at the beach……it is thirsty work!
The best vanilla milkshake ever from La Tiendecita Blanca in Miraflores
A cold beer when its needed.
Cocktails in Hotel B Barranco
A melon juice in the local market at Punta Hermosa
A very cold gin & tonic on the balcony at Hotel B on a very hot day
Pisco Sours for three, the King of Peru, Pochita and I