Miramar Hotel Lima
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... our hostel host sends us to Pozur Sur restaurant for some fresh seafood. Marg has a great " arroz con cilantro infused camarones and calamari, and I don't have to wait past day two to get an awesome chili garlic marinated and grilled octopus. We may have time to museum hop and explore more when we return here prior to heading home but tomorrow we fly south to Arequipa to base ourselves for a trek to Colca Canyon, the second deepest canyon in the world at ...
... moments for the duration of the trip. In the pre-brief in Lima Augusto explained to us we would have to pack some clothes in a small duffle bag when we reach Puerto madlonales and leave our main luggage at the tourist office. That way we would only have a small bag to take to the jungle lodge with us. This was explained in writing and several times by Augusto. He also explained what to pack. Quote E: 'but I don't understand what is the duffle bag for? Where will my be clothes be? ...
... such a big part of the economy. There was a large, partly underground shopping mall right on the coast complete with the latest fashions, bright lights, manicured gardens and people everywhere! Dad and I decided to play it safe on our first night and ate out at Tony Roma's, a restaurant famous for its ribs and BBQ. Rather tired after a long day, we caught a taxi back to our hotel (a new and interesting experience for two non-spanish speaking Aussies) and headed to bed. ...
... The guide said in the summer when the river is full of water, they have to drive another 30 minutes and then walk a long way to get to the site. Good thing we decided to visit in the winter. That, and it was warm there. Nothing but desert sand and sun. In the summer it must be sweltering!
Caral was a large settlement in the ...
... 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 ...