Casa Nuestra Peru B&B
Travel Blogs from Lima
And there started the trouble. We saw almost immediately that our flight to SFO was delayed (due to fog) so that we would misconnect. There was really no good way to get to either Newark or Houston - the two gateways that serve Lima - out of SLC, but there were options out of SFO, so we boarded our flight. The flight pushed back about 30 minutes late... but then we sat on the tarmac for another 50 minutes waiting for ...
... and other usual birds. 9:00 back on boat, sail to next destination. 11:30 snorkelling at Kicker Rock. Visibility is less than 5m, the water is cool and warms up. Nina and Lewys swim with me, Ioan swims a little. Through the passage we see sea lion, turtle, 5 spotted eagle rays, white-tip reef sharks, galapagos sharks, and 5 hammerheads! There are lots of little jellyfish and we get stung. Ioan gets stung, gets back into the boat and misses all the sharks. Anna jumps in and ...
... do Mcdonalds..! Then we went to Kennedy Park and watched fireworks at midnight. Everything was yellow because it is a sign of good luck so we all had massive 2014 yellow glasses! We played with sparklers and celebrated the new year then went to a bar and danced the night away. After awhile my stomach got bad so Axel and I left and went in search of water... then danced in the street outside a bar!
Holy cow! We are on an overnight bus again so I will keep this short. Someone on the bus has some rotten feet...I thought ours were bad, but these are gross.
The people at the place we stayed really loved to sleep in. I woke up around 7am and went back to the room later to pack and found a person in my already nicely made bed. Dont really know why he was there...but I guess it wasn't technically my bed ...
Somewhere at 34000 ft. and just north of Cuba, looking down at a hostile land, we are less than 3 hours from Toronto. Again yesterday, our final day, we tried to squeeze in some visiting. In the morning I had tea with Margaretha and Manuel Franco-Rolfes. Margaretha came to Comas in 1975, became a nationalized Peruvian and taught in a state school where she met Manuel. They both obtained Ph.D. In education in Germany and returned to Comas and founded a teaching college. Margaretha's idea ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed