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 …
... too concerned, just smiled the more we screamed, and it became clear why he had earned the nickname crazy Barney. We did get a photo stop and a chance to regain our breath for 5mins then off racing over dunes again to the top of a big steep one where it became clear that we weren't going down in the buggy but on tiny boards. This is where realised the flip-flops I was wearing were incredibly unsuitable footwear for sand boarding and so the only option was to go down on ...
... a waterfront park and several squares that were lovely. We visited the Hotel Bolivia, which was the first grand hotel built in Lima. The Plaza Armas has the president's house and offices are on one side of the plaza. The cathedral and archbishop's residence is on another side and the mayor's office is on another side. It has been the same since Pisarro founded Lima. We had an early night since we were all ...
... out running and riding bikes along the tracks on the cliff walk. We had the best cappuccino ever on our walk back. We also visited the Park of Looove. We then joined the tour and had a spectacular lunch at the private home of one of the cities prominant families. Two pisco sours and Peruvian wine made the lunch very enjoyable. The house and paintings as well ...
... it's bittersweet being home, I'm really excited to see what the next years have in store for me. But for now I'm going to focus on enjoying being back, seeing old friends, and then updating my resume and searching for a job. I can't thank all of the wonderful people I'd met while traveling.enough for their support and friendship. I also owe a tremendous thank you to my family and friends for their everlasting support and love.
Gracias por todo! (Thanks for Everything)