Daniel's Apart Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... so patient with my level of Spanish (and also feeding me).......
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... conditions which they live.
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... of Lima. I saw a US $100 note pass hands at one stage as the bouncers welcomed bribes to access the VIP section. The music was a mixture of Western dance anthems and Reggaeton. I stared at all the rich, beautiful people dancing around me and had a moment wondering how on Earth I had managed to wangle this, dressed in my Primark jeans and sandals from TK Maxx. I got back to my hostel at 4am after perhaps the most spontaneous 15 hours of my life. It was bloody fantastic. And all because I said ...