Youth Hostel - Hostelling Internatinal Lima - Peru
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to cross roads here in Lima, as well as to be able to drive on them. The most annoying thing is car horns - hardly heard in the UK, never not heard in Lima! Either drivers beeping at each other as they frantically swap lanes, or taxis beeping at tourists trying to get their bussiness (which hardly ever happens).
Not quite ready to tackle the local food, we headed out for pizza for some home comfort. Still not used to the ...
... if you ever went the the Holy Grail in Christchurch it was kind of that sort of setup, but without all the fancy stuff, really just a bar, and dance floors with some really great music. They had some guy up onstage doing a fairly impressive juggling act while making cocktails too, hopefully I'll be able to upload the video of part of it. Upon approaching about 3am we felt we had better head back to the hotel, our ears had probably heard enough loud music for the ...
... throw the load on and head to a big shopping centre, La Rambla, behind Wong's to kill an hour while our washing finishes. The shopping centre is not massive but we really didn't intend to do any actual shopping so we sit down at one of the cafes, grab a nice coffee before window shopping around. Few sport stores so browse in them before we head back to hang the washing. By now, the sun is out fairly strong and humidity is up so it's fairly warm out and we start ...
... staying with our porters in their village the night before the walk. As part of this we watched and 'helped' (in the loosest sense of the word), the local farmers as they ploughed their fields and sewed seeds. The farmer was so impressed by Aby's agricultural capabilities, he tried to marry her off to his single son - clearly I tried hard to stop this happening and didn't encourage or laugh at all..... After working up an appetite following our ...
On the 5th August on a wet, windy and generally unpleasant morning in Cape Town I got up, bleary eyed at 4.00am Our flight left at 6.30am and the streets were deserted. Dad had organised a friend of his, Andre from Odessa, to drive us to the airport through the deserted streets. It was actually Dad’s 79th birthday but at that time of the morning, neither of us did not much feel like celebrating.
On arrival, Cape Town International ...