El Condado Miraflores Hotel & Suites
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... the day was taken up running from cash point to cash point: our bank cards are broken. Absolute nightmare. We went back to the hostel, and decided to walk the miraflores district a little. We took a stroll up the broadwalk, watching the surfers ride the big pacific waves. Then to Kennedy park. This park was FULL of cats! So random and ridiculous and most certainly our highlight of lima. We were lucky enough ...
Beard Lima was a time to take stock, embark on yet another capital city and realise how the younger traveller embraces the culture of Peru. We're not big on capital cities but seeing as, so far, we've yet to miss the capital of each country we pass through, we didn't want to buck the trend. The setting of the para gliders on the city's edge, overlooking the Pacific Ocean makes for a truly stunning spectacle. Sitting off in the park, with ...
... road rules...constantly pushing in, clogging up intersections and using their horns! Super cheap though and plenty around! We found there wasn't loads to do here, but we walked around a couple of the major districts, visited one of their best museums in Peru apparently (although we'd had enough about halfway through), and took an evening bus tour which included entry to their renowned 'water park', which unfortunately isn't like wet n wild, but is actually multiple ...
... level bumps up to FL140 for one section of the route between ILO and ESIRA so I used the oxygen for the first time on this trip in the that section. I once again flew over the Nazca Lines but it was hazy and I didn't bother to try to take any more photos. I did that last year, descended and circled to get some photos. There is also a communications gap on VHF so if you want clearance to get off your flight route to take ...
... arrival, and to my surprise there was even a jacuzzi type bath for the kids, since the owner said that a lot of the children have burns and scarring and the bath eases their pain. From all that I can see from this home, I get the impression that the children are well loved and cared for and not at all like, the homes I had read about or pictured in my head, where kids cry for hours on end and are just let to their own devices with no one to turn to and no one to ...
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