Del Prado Hotel
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Sometimes the differing aspects of life in Peru are astounding, there are farmers scratching a living in the mountains with no running water or electricity and then you get bus from Huaraz to Lima and it's got TVs on it, reclining chairs and WIFI terminals. I sat in my seat following the test match (Eng vs India) and the football (Brasil vs Holland) on the BBC website. I sent emails and posted on facebook all the time as we travelled. The distance ...
... we were able to spend some time taking in the sights and sounds of the beautiful square it was on the side of. But there wasn't any time allocated to having a closer look at the Presidential Place which was a shame. After a short time we walked further through downtown Lima towards where the bus would be picking us up from. This happened to be next to the Lima GPO, which in itself was large and ornate. Once back on the bus we fought our way through Lima ...
... on for a few hours. It certainly tires them out and builds their appetite. They eat adult sizes in the evening. Friday afternoon, we leave Isabela and return to Puerto Ayora. The return journey on the speedboat is uneventful. In this context, “uneventful” is a great word. Anna is not feeling well when we get to Puerto Ayora and we’re a bit concerned about the symptoms. Hopefully rest and sleep will do the job... It’s time to pack our bags and get ...
... tanning on the
deck. Though they were laying on their stomachs, and didn't really
showed anything, I was still caught by surprise. Having caught a
glimpse of them, and with the breeze blowing my hair, it was like
listening to Bach A minor in G-string!
At the Crows Nest bar, Mailou, my
German friend greeted me by saying, “I have news for you about your
boyfriend in the watercolour class,” she started teasingly
... hats from Peru. The kids have bonded really well and play nicely (most of the time) in the hostel. They play billiard, table football and hide-and-seek. It’s great for us as we don’t have to worry about their security. However we always have to be careful with our valuables as there’s no safe. A 3 course christmas dinner is served at 3pm. For some unknown reason, the usually starving kids eat practically nothing. We’re shocked but it’s christmas. The ...