Rancho Viejo Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... if the candles don't burn, then someone will come to relight them once we are gone- maybe someone who can't afford their own candle. And so the luck will be multiplied for us all, will it not? The luck will be stronger for having been shared? God will be pleased. Antonio smiled at me. I like your way of seeing it, he said, it's very generous. We stood looking down at Lima for a while. Antonio asked me if I had any questions about what we could see below, and so we spoke of ...
... counting the days to get here to get some more in me. It was so worth the wait. The following day, true to standard first-day-in-a-new-city form we got our free walking tour on. Walking wasn't really the order of the day though as around half of the tour's time was taken up with riding the bus as a group to the old town, then standing about watching ceremonial pomp of the changing of the guards outside the presidential palace. The rest of the tour centred around the main ...
... a bystander came to our rescue and we found what we needed.
It was then up the road to the Punta Azule for lunch. On the way, we ran into another couple, Ray and Pam, who own a winery in Paso Robles – Derby Wine Estates – just the kind of people you want to meet. We had dinner with them the first night on board and they have invited us to sample their wine which we will do in a couple of days. We’ll have them up to our ...
... with "te puro." It was a short night and I needed caffeine, not surprises.
The hotel has five breakfast options: all include freshly squeezed OJ. I had a mixed fruit bowl that included a lot of papaya, some melon, strawberries and a small yellow, round fruit that we had in Costa Rica. On the side I received a glass of yogurt that smelled and tasted a lot like cake batter.
It was still relatively early when we finished breakfast, even though ...
... conditions which they live.
We also visited Taquile island which has a population of around 450 families. We climbed to the top which was 4100m, we definitely felt the altitude here! We finished the tour with a great lunch at a local families home - delicious quinoa soup and local trout from the lake.
After an enjoyable couple of weeks in Peru it was time to cross the border and head to Bolivia.