Casa Lima B & B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in SF and then we plug these computers into it. The computers can therefore be located anywhere within the apartment and still get online.
... word about the feria. The market was packed but here was no pushing or shoving. The people were focused on their shopping but all were polite. When our eyes would meet, everyone had a smile or a "buenos dias" for us. Also, anyone who has ever wondered about the quality of a supermarket bought cantaloupe, melon or watermelon will love the feria. The vendors give you a free sample before you buy. ...
... boy. By the time the Copa employee had finished getting us back to the US. We had 20 minutes to find WiFi and book the ticket to San Jose before boarding our flight out of Lima. Whew! We made the flight. We had a little problem in Panama. You can't board flights into the US with ANY liquids over 3oz. Drinks bought after security - toss. Gifts of pisco bought after security with the security seal on them - have to check it plane side. So we had to quickly shuffle ...
... lunch followed by a delicious cup of coffee!
Our next stop was the town of Sarchi, famous for manufacturing wood items, particularly chairs and other furniture, and the traditional oxcarts that were used to transport coffee over the mountains to the coast for export. Phoebe and Hugh had several of the famous Sarchi chairs, rockers with wood frames and leather ...
... more than my ankle, a bandage and some crutches I returned to the hostel. My planned adventures in Monte Verde were over for now.
The streets of Monte Verde follow the mountain and are very steep, as well as being poorly paved. The next morning, I tried to venture out for cash and food.It took me over half an hour to get to the cash point, which was only about 50 metres away. I was unsteady on the crutches, dodging giant wholes, slowly navigating the slanting ...