La Casa Nostra
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... pollo" and "Tacu tacu con asado") in a restaurant nearby we crashed to bed quite early - but not before having made plans to meet up with Victor and Derrick (friends we made during our hiking trip) in the city center at midday.
So on Saturday (25.7.) we directly headed to the city centre of Lima in the morning together with our roommate Fernando from Madrid. The city centre of Lima turned out to ...
... the restaurant to get the van back to our hotel and Jeff wants to purchase something at one of the gift shops at the pier. He has no money with him, and I don't have enough cash to cover it. So I ask about using a credit card, and the woman, whose english was about as good as my Spanish, is saying she can, but it will take a minute. I tell Jeff, go and make sure the bus doesn't leave without us. You can see where this is ...
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... Argentina who had been living as a chef in Brazil for a while. I spent most of my time walking around the city sipping on beer with him.
After arriving in the airport, I put my broke-ass immediately on the public transport, just as I did in Panama. It was a pretty simple commute on the TransMilenio and a card will only cost you 3500 pesos, about $1.50. That gets you one or two fares and the card itself.
I met Andrew and Pablo at the Iglesia ...
... shown directly to our room with a beautiful view (although it would be nice if they cleaned the windows a little better). We were also pleasantly surprised to find the wi-fi was free for Marriott Rewards members (we thought we were going to have to pay or not use it).
After settling in, it was time for a late lunch. We crossed the street to the Larcomar Mall and snagged the last table with a view at Tanta. It was time to eat ceviche! We ordered our first of ...