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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Eight hours and 100 millilitres of Johnny Black later we arrived safely in Lima. It was 32 hours later than our original scheduled arrival time.
In the wee hours of the morning we passed the first taxi challenge, avoiding being horrendously overcharged. The honest looking driver we did accept drove around for a while in search of our …
... pricy so that we checked into different hostels the next day. I ended up in a hostel absolutely jam packed with Israelis while James had booked another nice but slightly pricier hostel as his boyfriend was coming to join him that day. After James and I had checked into our hostels respectively we met up for another walk around town. We went to the chocolate museum and learned about the process of making chocolate and drank some chocolate tea which ...
We arrived in Lima in the morning of the 29th of May, and took a taxi to our new hostel in time for free breakfast (yay!). The hostel seemed great; it was pretty well organised, had some of the best dorms we had slept in (great beds, huge underbed lockers on wheels), and had plenty of extra offers including 2 pisco sours for 10 soles, a free pisco for liking their facebook page, and a half price night for writing a review online. The issue with this last ...
... and nephews. We take 2 taxis to our hostel situated on the slope of Cusco not far from Plaza de Armas. The hostel is really nice, spacious, friendly, with lots of room for the kids. Thanks Mum for recommending Loki Hostel!! We’re at 3500m and altitude is a problem. Charlotte and I have a headache and walking is tiring. We walk to Plaza de Armas and find a restaurant. Cusco is a lovely place and it caters for tourists and backpackers. The food is really nice but we’re ...
... language and also, a country that I don’t like, yet Dr T, has so bravely and out of the kindness of his heart given a home to these children for so many years and it’s truly a wonderful home for the children in most respects, they get three nutritous meals per day, are assigned chores to teach them about responsibility, a decent education, medical care and they are generally well loved and cared for. I truly admire Dr T from the bottom of my heart! I actually admire Dr ...