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 …
... down at the starting point we looked for a toilet for me in the camping area. Needless to say I did not end up going as the toilets were the most disgusting, vile things I had ever seen. We headed back to the bus, me with an incredibly bad headache from the altitude. I couldn't move my head it felt like it was going to explode. After a nurofen and a couple more coca leaves it slowly started to subside, by which stage we had made a stop at the entrance to the park for all ...
... and some experiences with psychodelic drugs of the Amazon - which somehow didn't inspire us to try that as well :-P It was a starlit night and we could savour the view of the milky way before crawling in our small slepping tents (actually so small that Torbs could not lie straight while I had plenty of space :-)).
On the second day (22.7.) we had to get up before dawn, quickly grasped a little breakfast and packed our tents before we started the most intense day of ...
... the terminal and booked another overnighter. After the last trip, an overnight bus was not our preference but there was no other option. Zarela also suggested that just behind her Casa we would find a seafood restaurant; it was filled with locals, (always a good sign) and served an amazing plate of ceviche. The town had reasonable museums which we explored. After a long hunt for a good coffee shop, we gave up; surprisingly, good coffee is hard to find in ...
... of Yungay, which is where there was a major earthquake in 1970 that triggered landslides that destroyed the entire town in the valley (mind you, they tell you this story while you are in the exact same spot where thousands of people were killed in about two minutes); allegedly a huge statue of Jesus survived the earthquake along with some church artifacts. I’m always a little skeptical about these ...