Miramar Hotel Lima
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Travel Blogs from Lima
... card. ATMs in some small towns only take one or the other.
- Get shots: Yellow Fever, Tetanus, Typhoid, all the Hepatitis
- Malaria medicine is needed for the Amazon Jungle of Peru and Brazil and deep jungles of Central America. It's not needed where tourists go regularly.
- Altitude medicine is needed on your first trip to high altitude areas where you do not yet know your body's reaction. If ok reaction on first trip, later ...
... be. Roughly it would be around 1-2soles.
Like all large foreign cities everyone expects pick pockets, thieves, worse... I found Lima to be perfectly safe & as long as common sense prevails it is no different from visiting any other large city anywhere in the world. If you wander around with your backpack on your back unguarded you may find some of its contents missing on your return! ...
... Martyn (guide), Etienne (guide) and the crew of Tip Top IV, Thank You! Here are my favorite moments of the month 1 - Seeing Orcas 2 - Diving with giant manta rays and giant hammerheads 3 - swimming with hammerheads at Kicker Rock 4 - Seeing the children excited to see the wildlife 5 - seeing the manta rays flipping at sunset 6 - seeing the large pod of dolphins 7 - seeing giant tortoises 8 - swimming with penguins 9 - watching marine iguanas and turtles feed underwater 10- ...
... 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 ...
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