Miramar Hotel Lima
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Travel Blogs from Lima
... Although there are very few people about, suddenly a swarm of police appear to protect us. We were more unsettled by their presence than we were before they appeared – is this place really that dangerous?
Finally we board the little tender boat that takes us out to the motor launch waiting in the bay – not sure why the motor launch didn't pick us up from the wharf – mooring taxes perhaps? First thing on board we ...
The rooms were very nice; they were actually little separate haciendas with large bedrooms and little porches with a table and chairs outside. We found out we were next door but one to Stephen and Alison.
We got washed and changed and decided to have a look around. There was a swimming pool and a lady in our party was making the most of it already. But we hadn’t brought our cossies as we didn’t ...
... some locals turned up to share the cost, though of course, I got stung there too – they claimed the 2 kids only counted as one person!
Caral is supposed to be over 5000 years old in places and thereby the oldest known settlement (65 hectares in all) in the Americas, as old as the pyramids in Egypt. Sadly very little remains but, like Egypt, it was the dry and sand that helped preserve the buildings. There are some ...
... in our room later that night we were surprised by a knock on the door, we hesitantly opened it to see the door man and his friend at our door. He had tracked us down - there were no other Gringos in town that we saw - he introduced us to 'Wilber' our driver for the following day saying he would be outside the hostel at 8am. Drifting into an uneasy sleep we prayed things would go well the following day. Our prayers were answered, it was a good trip, Wilber was a ...
Known as Peruvian Coastal Spanish, Lima's Spanish is characterised by the lack of strong intonations found in other regions of Spanish-speaking world. It is heavily influenced by historical Spanish spoken in Castile. Throughout the colonial era, most of the Spanish colonial nobility in Lima were from Castile. Limean Spanish is characterised by the lack of
voseo (second person singular like tu/toi), because voseo was primarily used by lower ...
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