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Travel Blogs from Lima
We finally arrived to Peru's Capital City of Lima ($8ea, 4hr) just a few days before Christmas. After finding a place to stay (Miraflores) we spent the next couple of days touring the waterfront and the tourist area of Miraflores. Both of which were quite beautiful.
On Christmas eve day we headed into Lima Central (Historical …
... world with you. Te amo mucho!
Since I am being nostalgic and emotional I think it's also appropriate to thank people who weren't an immediate part of the experience. For christmas I received little gifts to help with my trip from my aunt and uncle Chris, Ron and cousin Cody as well as my Cousins Beth, John and little Emily that all played a role in helping me get to South America, and were so greatly appreciated. Apart from physical contributions some of ...
... so is the narrow road with trucks and buses. We’re worried now and nobody has seen him. A police truck takes Anna and Lewys back to town and they find him there. He had walked back. It’s unbelievable and scary that nobody had noticed a small boy wandering along the road. Machu Picchu at last. Another early morning rise at 4:45 and a bus up the mountain at 5:30. Because Machu Picchu sits on top of a steep mountain, 500m higher than Aguas Calientes, making the access ...
... choice by us. We got hummus and pita bread and falafel and lamb kebabs which were juicy and tender and exactly what we needed. We then sat in Starbucks, used their couches and free wifi and had a hot chocolate and a frappacino and then we were happy. 13/11 we woke up and headed to the bus station around midday to catch a bus to beach town Mancora. We got the VIP tickets as they were only a few dollars more than the others and included 'full cama' (bed seats) as TVs on the back ...
... cooked ourselves. We cooked it (after having to fight for kitchen space with some adolescent Germanics) and hardly ate a bite.
The next day we got up early to catch our train to Cusco, little did we know what we had booked. The Andean Explorer turned out to be a sister company to the Orient Express and when we boarded our carriage the table cloths gave the game away. We had wondered in the waiting room why all the other passengers were white middle class ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility