Angels Guest House Peru
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- Shuttle bus service
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... pretzel shop in the airport. The game wasn't over! Extra time and penalty shoot out! There was so much tension in the air, everyone was going for Brazil! So many people gathered around this TV blocking the walk way, but no one cared. VAI Brazil!!! Everyone went mental when they won and we got our Brazil pride out by wearing our jerseys! People thought we were Brazilian! Latina chicas!
Taxi to our apartment! Our driver had a tough time ...
... waiting at the baggage claim for way too long (the conveyor belt was broken for about half an hour before they finally decided to move to another one) we were released and met with Melita's cousin Anita and her husband Caleb. A traffic filled (reminiscent of Vietnam) trip back to their apartment and we we enjoyed dinner and conversation for a few hours before we crashed at about 11pm Lima time (5am UK time). So after nearly 24 hours since leaving our flat, we have ...
... most touristy! Nevertheless we settled down for what turned out to be one of the nicest chicken and chips we've ever had, and a little wander after this, led us onto a open top bus ride around the town. A tiring first few days with the travelling, but love the area and a lot more exploring to be done tomorrow, with a beach visit scheduled! Anyway, just a update to say we got here fine, and we will be spending the next few days here until our tour starts on the ...
... t understand you)
cerversa - beer (Ci ci).
tenedor - fork (essential eating implement
Ci -yes (the typical response when asked if I speak spanish)
Non - No (obvious)
por favor - please (or a poor favour)
gracias- thankyou b
me lallamo - My name is... (look at me gooooo. Fluent.)
lambre - sir
seniorette - madam.
Thoughts for my first post? eh eh? Will work on photos.
Hope your all well friends, happy new year! Yay!
... and the mandatory visit for newlyweds who share their first kiss here as a married couple. Paragliders soared from the clifftops, interspersed with vultures that had an eye out for their next tasty morsel.
Overloaded with facts and information on the Peruvian capital, our tour finally came to a close. Enough time to sample a Peruvian purple corn juice before getting ready to meet up with Christchurch friends Peter and Maria Lowe, who ...