Casa Wayra: Bed & Breakfast Miraflores
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... each more than the new price for normal tickets, we decided to do that. By this point we were getting close to departure time so quickly went to print our tickets, at which time we established that the ******* useless woman at the ticket desk had written Nicky's name down as "British Tibbs"... Peruvian women!! After much head-shaking and tutting, they managed to sort it out and we just about got our plane to the Amazon city of Iquitos - the largest city in the world inaccessible by ...
... A320-100/200 Operated by TRANS AMERICAN AIRLINES
Cabin Class: Economy Restricted
Change of plane required. Time between flights : 3:30.
... security at the airport and a bunch of guys play some guitar and pipe music and then the hat is coming around. Even long desolate roads have toll booths. These are just normal roads - not motorways. ( they should be called tip booths). And on the long roads are judder bars for no apparent reason except to annoy the vehicles or at least to give the suspension repairers more income ( no doubt a tip as well) A ...
... It had a plethora of nice cafes and restaurants, one of which gave us a wonderful view of the ocean. On my own, one day, I ventured into a district I cannot for the life of me remember the name of, to visit Museo Larco. I got a long bus ride, a well-needed history lesson, and a good day out of it all. The museum was located in a beautiful mansion with a garden I could have spent days in.
Our hostel, Alfredo ...
... and the liquid becomes a deep purple color. A few meters
away, a group of workers dine on ceviche, the Peruvian national
dish. Everything appeared delectable! It made me eager to taste,
and to eat.
But alas, today, I need to get a few more items from the market. So I left Bert with Paul to
try some Peruvian food while I went with friends, to get more
I failed to ...