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Travel Blogs from Lima
... to get a good view. We're staying at San Marcelo hotel in Nazca. It's outside the town and is almost a walled in resort but we're the only people there. Fri 13th The next morning we're up early for out Nazca Lines Flight. Picked up at hotel and taken to airport. We're there by 8am and wait for about 2 hours before we're given the all clear to go. We were told not to eat as the flight can be bumpy so at stage everyone is starving. Everyone is weighted and ...
Welcome to arguably the current foodie capital of the world! We had low expectations of Lima, expecting it to be busy, smoggy and polluted, with not much to do, so we were only planning on spending a couple of nights there to enjoy all the good food it has to offer. Our hostel, Dragonfly was a slight disappointment since we had heard great things but it was based in Miraflores, which is the posh touristy area. There is so much wealth here it is unreal!
... boutique hotel far away from the places to which we are accustomed to: it's a very pretty bed and breakfast in a quiet corner of the picturesque district of Barranco. It could very well be a nice hotel in any European capital; luxury that still costs probably half of what we would pay for such a place across the ocean. In addition to enjoying three nights of tranquility, we also had the opportunity to walk around Miraflores and its many shops, bars and restaurants that make this ...
... also had a celebration where they sacrificed large quantities of food to small stautues, and danced and chanted for hours, with increasing fervour. We ate a lot of cake.
All in all, five days were enough, but it was a good experience. Most of our time was spent with the other backpackers there, who stayed about as long as we did. The beach was filthy, the closest city contained little else than an internet cafe and decent ice cream. ...
... and peppers. He topped it off with a typical Pervian spicy sauce (which I thought tasted like a spicy version of Chick-fil-a sauce). What can I say, it tasted amazing, but then again any bbq food at the beach tastes great.
All the food and sun finished us off. We rested for the remainder of the day in lounge chairs looking out at the ocean, and occasionally joked about how hard our lives were.
Carl and I returned to ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking