Hotel Runcu Miraflores
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We landed in Lima, covered in jungle mud, sweat, and dank clothes. A perfect look for the city! After a death defying cab ride to our hotel, we enjoyed our first hot showers in three days! We took it easy and enjoyed some dinner in our neighborhood and the views. Oh wow the views!
We're staying in the Miraflores neighborhood on the …
... call sounds like water dripping inside of a glass bottle. It is truly amazing. I will try to upload the sound.
To return to Iquitos we had a 4 hour boat ride. There were two boats from our lodge making the journey. Halfway, the other boat's engine stopped working. Our Peruvian guides rewired part of the engine and finally got it to ...
... based sauce. Ad had chicaron, which is pork belly, he didn't know this when he ordered though, and Ad hates fatty meat. So he spent a considerable amount of time slicing the layers of fat off his pork. He also didn't touch his crackling which is a crime in my book! But don't worry, I ate it in the end. We had some interesting pisco based cocktails, which is the local spirit, a type of grape brandy.
Anticuchos - there's a park in the centre of Miraflores which is famous for ...
... is not half as much fun as together. I hope she will recover fast and not get the pneumonia that is going around here; several people have died from it.
After she left, around 9 in the evening I took a long bubble bath and went to bed. Getting up at 5 this morning was not fun but I did and Carlos brought me also to the airport for the flight to Cusco.
My suitcase I left at the hotel as the left luggage at the airport is apparently not safe. Yesterday managed to ...
... one of my worst nightmares (unless it's a long line at Disney World. That's ok).
Every time I get off the plane at my destination, I feel that sense of excitement and relief to finally be getting off my butt (which, at that point, is numb). But then, after walking down the hall, I once again come across Dante's Inferno of Immigration and begin to regret every decision I ever made that led me to that point. I get mad ...
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