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Travel Blogs from Lima
We arrived in Lima after 28 hours on a bus from Ecuador tired and weary. The b&b we checked in to on the first night was being temporarily managed by a grubby looking local with excellent English and a hairless puppy the size of a large pony in the region of Barranco. We found a local Vietnamese cafe for dinner that cost £4 for both of us, but …
... continually changing color schemes. One of the fountains forms a 35 meter tunnel to walk through. Another, the Children’s Fountain, is an interactive games of fountains where the goal is to stay dry, but timing is of the essence. The show that we had made a point to see is a laser and picture show projected onto the 120 meters of water jets all synchronized to music. The take away from this massive display of water, as I understand it, is the way in which one of ...
... The apartment is two blocks away from the ocean so, in theory, it should be fabulous but it is not. We feel a bit down plus, the fog has not clear up in Lima. It never rains in Lima but winter and spring (now) has lots of “white sky-days”.
And our Lima gastronomic tour begins. Our first one is “La Mar”, Gaston Acurio’s cebicheria. It is a beautiful place, near the ...
... are doubling the number of lanes to two either side. Not much traffic so not sure why but the road works must have stretched for a solid 60 miles. Most scenery was hazy but there were some interesting sections but... the new camera will not focus correctly so the later pics are no good. Have played with it tonight and it still is not good.
In the last couple of weeks I have had major issues with the laptop ( ...
The day had finally arrived...we were getting out of Lima!!! Ecstatic at the prospect of leaving the depressing grey smog of Lima behind, we took time to make ourselves look respectable for when we met up with our group (first impressions and all) and spent a final few hours in Starbucks Miraflores. It had served us well so far and been a good base for exploring the inca markets (today I bought a Peruvian flute with the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed