Kaminu Backpackers Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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... so we kept having to stop and beep them out of the way. Every time we got out of the bus, there was also a really weird mix of hot and cold - i.e. it was freezing in terms of air temperature, but the sun shining on your skin felt like someone was pointing a magnifying glass on it.. Well weird. The next proper stop was a remote village high up in the mountains. It was a women's project supported by G Adventures (a Women's Planeterra Project called Caccaccollo). The women ...
... It's only a 30 minute drive and even though the Parade is on, traffic is not too bad or maybe we are just getting used to it. We arrived and everyone is already there. Uncle Picho, Luz Maria and her kids, Claudia's Mum and her husband and Luz Maria's aunt, Carmen. The new shinning BBQ that Cesar has had specially made sits in the corner of the terrace waiting to be put through its paces! Cesar's place is a really nice. It occupies the top ...
... on the subjects of Steven the Gardener, the different shades of blue that were painted on my bedroom walls and the BBQ at the Leslie’s house. Then came the "I hope your not drinking too much’ lecture. Every time I'm on the phone with her she says the same few tag lines. “You just cant afford to be too drunk in South America. You just don’t know what loo laa’s are out there". I finally got her ...
... one, however, after last time, I don't think I could be ever 100% confident. After explaining that we didn't need one cause we weren't staying in Peru for 168 days plus. He reluctantly let us through and even though we knew we were right, our hearts we in our mouths. We don't like flying anymore. We checked in and soon boarded the plane to take the 3 and a half hours flight to Houston. We had two hours to kill before we left for Lima. We had half a sandwich ...
... for later!) and was pretty funny. We then made a stop at the Sheraton hotel which is the only 5 star hotel in the historic district. We all got some small sandwiches, a drink and a little piece of cake. One of the sandwiches was cheese whiz with bacon and olives chopped up. Mike was like this is surprisingly good! It made me think of the cheese whiz and pickle sandwiches I loved as a little kid. It sounds disgusting, but seriously try it! So delicious. Although you def ...