Kaminu Backpackers Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... alarming thought. Mike wondered if they get tidal waves from the "Ring of Fire" closer to Asia.
We went back to the hotel and showered and changed before going out on a nighttime food tour with the Lima Gourmet Company. Our guide, Silvia, picked us up in a company van with the only other member of our tour group: Silvia. The first was a native of Lima and the other is from Costa Rica. Both ladies were very nice and we really enjoyed swapping travel, ...
... the airport, I decided leave the book in the taxi. Great start. Luckily we still have a footprints version. We were in dire need of some sleep and took it easy that night.
We woke up nice and early thanks to the jet lag and had a stroll through Miraflores. I had a case of heartburn and wanted some Rennie. We walked into the nearest pharmacy and after a negative response to 'Hablas Ingles?', I realised that I should ...
Breakfast was served until 10:00 am so we set the alarm for 9:30. That worked well. Having enjoyed breakfast we decided to watch the live streaming of Toronto West memorial meeting - where Nomes' close friend Becky Elliot attends. The time-zones worked in our favour for this. We were able to enjoy the whole meeting together with hymns, readings and prayers - despite the distance. A reminder from bro Al Browning about the value we place ...
... Fernandez warns me constantly of the dangers of this area. We arrive at the wharf where he has a lengthy discussion with a fellow from the tour company that operates the trip to the islands of Los Palominos, informs me he will be back at 3.30 to collect me and hands me over to the tour guy with strict instructions for him to take care of me. I am very grateful of his concern for me.
This fellow walks me through the town centre to ...
... a walking tour around the centre of the city. This meant braving a interaction with a taxi driver to not only explain where we needed to go but also how much it would cost. The taxis here do not have meters so a price needs to be agreed up front. Mission accomplished and we reached the city centre in about 30 minutes. It was really busy with heaps of locals doing their shopping. We met Paula (our guide) in Plaza San Martin and guess what .....we were the only people on the tour! ...