Rancho Viejo Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and we went to watch sunset and have beer with Sam and another fellow traveller, which is when we met the most polite police officer I had ever met. We were drinking our beers watching the sun go down, when we hear a "Buenas Tardes" from behind us. We turn and the officer was standing there with a smile. After asking us where we were from and whether we were enjoying our stay in Lima, he informed us that it was illegal to drink in the park or in any other public place ...
... returning to the room to finish packing.
I had ordered another taxidatum pick up from the hotel and, when we got to the lobby, we were pleasantly surprised to find our same driver waiting for us. The drive back to the airport was interesting and I was glad we had a driver we trusted. We had driven the same route on the way from the airport but, somehow in the dark, it seemed a bit spooky. The outer neighborhoods are quite poor but ...
... is a feat in an of itself as this "shanty town" is home to over 2,000,000 people! The town started in the 70's and is growing at a rate of approx 20,000 people per year. Approx 70% of the houses have electricity! and about 60% have indoor plumbing and bathrooms. The houses are all really colourful and looking down on the town from up top it's quite pretty with all the colours. I commented on that and our guide, Santiago said that in Inka traditions they believe that ...
... and it's hard to disagree! I even caught a glimpse of the Gloucester game on a TV within a restaurant, in Lima of all places! It would of been nice to go to the water show but unfortunately it was under repair work. Peru seems cheaper that the previous countries and everyone here is very short! However 3 days was definitely enough in Lima and I can't wait to get to Cusco and begin the trek to Machu Pichu. However a 22 hour bus ride ...
... of food is served.
Chinese-Peruvian food has become one of the most popular types of food
in Peru. Other classic Peruvian food or meals include grilled meats, guinea pig, rice, corn and potatoes. Will go into detail of our meals as the blog progresses...
We arrived at lunch time, quick check in and was out the door to find some lunch. Headed to La Lucha Sandwich bar which was high on ...