Hostal Los Frayles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the police station and reported this (thank goodness) and this has been my lifesaver. After initially being refused bus travel without my passport, this piece of paper from the police station has got me on buses, into hostels and the British embassy. My Spanish is decidedly rusty and I got the bare essentials across only. Wednesday and thursday I rang the insurance company, who told me to report it on return to the UK, I spoke to several people at ...
... a guided tour was included in the price. The man ago was in his 70s spoke no english at all and we managed to communicate via my horrific spanish. He showed me some Inca stuff then got onto the good stuff, the Alien skulls. At first he explained to me how the skulls were this shape due to being put in a clamp from birth. Next minute he showed me a picture next to the skulls which was a UFO and told me that some of them were of alien origin. If i paid ...
... a massive ATV with monster wheels and complete with a roll cage you set out across the sand with 15 other people. Driving as fast as possible the roller coaster ride takes you up the dunes and straight over the edge and down the other side. Up and down you are thrown about and treated to wind and sand in the face. Stopping just centimeters from the edge of one dune you are handed a waxed board and provided with a choice, lye ...
... Del Pacifico briefly to take some photos of the big Peru sign then we went up a neat look out over the city. There was a down hill skate boarding competition going on so the road was closed but we could still walk up. It was really interesting up there looking over the Shanty towns all clustered around, to really expensive houses and a massive club, the contrast was pretty insane. After this it was ...
... morning, I set off on a 2 hour boat tour to the local main event - ‘Isla Ballestos’ to see the local wildlife, including sea-lions, penguins, and lots of other sea birds. I was a bit of a novelty for the hoards of local school kids who were waiting at the end of the dock to board their tour boat, who kept asking where I was from and imitating an English accent. The tour itself was ok, and not quite 2 hours, although we did see some ...