Bed & Breakfast de Kike
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... placed in storage. We found a restaurant where we ate a traditional dish that I can't remember how to pronounce or spell but it was very tasty, especially with a glass of Chilean red. Back at the hotel we did the last minute packing and settled down to sleep which was about when all the new hotel guests started to arrive and either complain loudly about all the steps or begin to party. So much for having a good sleep before getting up at 5.30am! Farewell ...
... islands, a group of islands known as 'the poor man's Galapagos' as it is full of wildlife, albeit not as exciting or impressive as the Galapagos. We meandered in and out of the group of islands looking at birds (penguins, pelicans, seagulls, cormorants, Incan turns etc.) and sea lions. We were even treated to a seal having breakfast - it had caught an octopus and, after having dropped it initially, managed to recover it from then sea and drag it back onto the rocks. The ...
... this Canadian/Swede guy) was on stage for the entire time we were eating trying to get the night started by playing games, etc. Luckily, we had chosen to sit right next to the stage (I say stage, he was stood on a table), so won loads of free drinks by being able to get to the stage first. For example, the first game involved “whoever can high five the host first will get 2 free pints”. I moved like Bruce Lee and the writing was on the wall for the night. We ...
... metalworking - seem to follow naturally. (But as I recall, they got the wheel.) Of particular note, I think is that agricultural terracing and irrigation systems (as well as increasingly complex ceremonial sites) don't come along until around 2000-1000 BC. My guess is the glaciers were no longer so bountiful.
That's not really a story, you say? I promised you a story. Okay.
... plus more catacombs and we saw and spoke briefly to a guy who'd been on the tour in Huaca Pucllana the previous day. We finally found some expensive coffee, probably because it was the only coffee shop in Lima, and went on advice to climb the tower of the Santo Domingo Church and Convent. The tower was shut. We didn't go into the church.
We wound up back at the hostel to collect our bags, and headed in good time to the bus terminal for our long ...