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Travel Blogs from Lima
Despite the windowless room, chose to stay in Hostal Roma, as it had nice staff, some colonial character and got a fair price, 35s a night.
The tourist office here were as useless as ever – easier to do my own online research.
What struck me about Lima are the gorgeous, intricate, massive wooden screened off balconies the biggest and best I’ve seen so far.
Dropped into a place for lunch that had the most ...
... way to Australia – very similar to their trip I am sure. One thing is that there is a tendency to forget what day it is – this is why each day the ship changes the carpet in the elevators.
We’re not getting better we are just getting older.
... more, however, I am very glad that I did volunteer here, since I learnt so much about myself and about my own strengths and weaknesses (although to be honest, I saw within myself a lot more weaknesses than strengths whilst I was here, still I am grateful!).
... traveling with some friends of his through South America. They had to catch a flight early in the morning, so they had to be up at 3.30am, they didn't hang out for long, except for Tom, who sat and drank beers with us and listened to us waffle on about our holiday right up until about 3am, so he didn't go to bed. It was great to talk to some Aussies for the first time since meeting David at Chichen Itza. It was a really good night, we went home when the old pub ...
... I would just be without my pillow.
At least there was only one seat on the 3:45 am bus to the Las Islas Ballestas so we didn't have to consider that difficult choice and could sleep in a little more. We ended up barely catching the 7:30 am bus to Nazca and the company kindly rushed us on last minute--grabbed tickets, chucked our checked bags, and jumped on. We left in the gray drizzle from what seemed like a pretty typical city. And that was Lima.