El Condado Miraflores Hotel & Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Condado Miraflores Hotel & Suites Lima
my one night of luxury
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... is also lots of little earthquakes a year (200).All of these are related by humans except earthquakes because it is a natural disaster. But water pollution is because companies and dumping their waste in the ...
... romantic area surrounded by colonial buildings. Nearby is a hollowed out chapel that only the birds inhabit. The story of the chapel however was one of my favourite in Lima. The story goes that when Lima was just a fishing village some fisherman were lost in the mist, after trying to find their way back for hours they were guided by a light. They followed the light and came ashore, climbing the cliff they hoped to find the source of the light only to ...
... to us doing a total sum of nothing. We then returned to the boat with slightly blistered hands to return to Puno.
A few of us jumped off the boat into the lake, it was freezing! About 9 degrees I think. Then it took ages to warm back up, not a regret but maybe not a good idea.
Puno was just as dull when we arrived back so we got drunk and played I've never. Never ends well, well it ended up well for 4 group members, not mentioning any names.
Next day, BOLIVIA TIME!
... offered me was incorrect. They are going to send me a revised letter with an increased salary. Win! I respond to the offer letter telling them I would accept, pending an update based on the salary changes. Right away, I get a response informing me that yes, there will be an update and immediately get a revised offer letter.
At this point, we still have a ton of time left and Liam pulls out a beat up deck of cards and ...
... and photo opportunities galore. I took more than 1,000 images and it's time to put the camera down for a bit. But, I'm so glad to have captured the memories and hope everyone enjoyed reading about and seeing moments from our trip to Peru.
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My flight home leaves early. It was really painful arranging a 4:30 a.m. wake-up call. So, off to bed.
Adios, for now.