El Patio de Monterrey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Arising to the grey drizzly skies of Lima, we set of to explore the cliff top parks of Miraflores, the museums and cathedral in the old colonial part of town, and the huge bustling Mercado Central. Surrounded by more chickens hanging from their feet and beef offal than you could possibly fathom, we divulged in our first ceviche of the trip. Lima …
... and - yes its Coca Cola, sad really.
Next morning - up at about 0415 so we could get a 0500 bus to Huaraz, An interesting trip, including a flat tyre! That was dutifully changed on the side of the road and we still arrived in Huaraz at the scheduled time of 0730. One has to adjust to totally different transit times in Peru, the road from Chiquian to Huaraz is only about 80-90 k, and for the most part is a very good and easy drive, after ...
... crossings are no fun. My Spanish is much worse in the middle of the night! But everything went OK and I arrived EARLY in the morning to Mancora, Peru to meet my French friend Typh that I met in Ecuador (who feels like an old friend with how fleeting relationships are here). For a few days, Typh and I caught up about our travels, played in the water and chatted with other travelers in the hostel's "common room" (a table and some hammocks on the sand with a thatched ...
... We talked to an 11-year-old girl, who was very well spoken and smart, who told us that they have been dancing every night as practice for a big fair that happens on the 8th of May. In this fair, the kids from different areas of Ancash region all compete and each area has it's own original music and dance. There is no real winner but it's a pride and honor thing for their respective neighborhoods so they practice hard and want to out ...
Nestled at 3,300m in the valleys of the Cordillera Blanca, Huaraz stands out as a town of mountain activities, always in the shadows of the many 6,000m peaks. It was here that we found Ric************g lost friend from Chachapoyas. It took three days from jungle to mountains, with many long waits between buses. We were lucky enough to visit Trujillo again on a public holiday (almost everything was closed) and miss the last bus from the working town ...