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Meg and I spent the last leg of our Peru trip enjoying the 'middle' coast area. As mentioned in my last post, we made our way to Ica by way of Lima (a flight to Lima and then a 4 hour bus ride rather than our initial thoughts of a 20 hour bus ride). We chose to spend 3 nights in Ica, which we would use as a jumping off point for a day trip to Nazca as well. The most surprising thing to us was the degree to which the area south of Lima (and I would guess that portions of Lima itself) look like a desert, I guess we simply weren't expecting that.
We arrived late in the evening in Ica, used an internet cafe to post that last entry and then ate dinner before turning in for the night.
After our week 'roughing it' in Algonquin, Meg thought it would be nice to investigate the vineyards/wineries in Prince Edward County (known to locals such as myself as 'The County'). We planned to stay at my parent's place in Belleville as a homebase and venture into the county on both Saturday and Sunday as day trips.
We got up at a decent hour on Saturday (okay, so we slept in a bit...), had some breakfast and then I took Meghan to a massage appointment she booked. When she was done we took off towards Picton. We planned to first hit Huff Estates Winery at the crossroads of Highway 62 and County Road 1.