Hospedaje San Antonio
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... ales, which really were very good!
That evening we found a restaurant which we wanted to eat in and had some really delicious food (a lot of the restaurants in Cusco are made for tourists and the food they serve really is fab!) After our food we heard what sounded like a local band playing around the other side of the restaurant. We asked the waitor what was happening and he moved us across to a different table so we could see what was going on. ...
... before 9am to find our taxi waiting for us, not bad really. Taxis have usually been a few minutes late, so was good to see that our last one was actually early for a change. The trip to the airport went smoothly and probably had the least traffic on the road in Lima that I had ever seen in our time being there, granted it is Sunday and people generally don't work on Sunday, but I still expected a longer ride to the airport than what we ...
... baroque architecture. The Catacombs are the most notorious part of the monestary, as in 1943, the remains of 25,000 bodies were discovered there, this being the burial ground for the poor of Lima. Archiologists have since sorted the bones and have neatly laid them out for the public to view. No photos were allowed so have downloaded one from the Internet. Liz was particularly glad to get out of the assuary.
The bus ride back ...
The coach station is modern, clean, nice, hot & sweaty. It’s actually more like an airport, you check your bags in and then hope they are with you at the destination. We make friends with very friendly Japanese girl named Yayoi, she has quit her job to go travelling which she will do until the money runs out, very cool!
The coach is the most luxurious I’ve ever encountered. Big reclining seats. Leg rest. Pillow. Rug. This is more like flying than taking ...
Parque John F. Kennedy is full of stray cats. They are mainly chilling in the shade, occasionally posing or being petted and my favourites the miniature kittens: play fighting with each other without a care in the world. Martina picked a spot and counted 32, from that one spot.
Tat shops are nice; all the Peruvian fabric patterns look so pretty. There are small statues, which are sometimes booze bottles, of Pisco. He has a big willy.